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A five year Virginia Beach resident originiaiiy from Rhode Island, Anne boughlerty likes tlw Beach but doesn't 
plan to settle here. "Hike Virginia Beadi, " she said, '^because of the friendly people, the sun, and ofcour^, the 
beach. The Beach also has a variety of things to do: and a terrific night life. But, I will not settle here. Ipkm to go 
north tofurt/^r my modeling career.** A 1978 Bayside High School graduate, Anne is a graduating businesi major 
at Tidewater Community College, Beach campus. She enjoys camping, swimming, snow and water sking, and 
riding in recreational vehicles. Her favorite local restaurant is the Captain's Table; and favorite night^x>t is 
Rogue*s. Anne is currently employed as a teller in a local bank. She and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James E. 
Doughterty live in the Lake Smith Terrace section of the Beach. 




Miss ECSC Crowned 



2 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, July 2, 1980 




1980 Miss ECSC winners, ( 1 - r) include: Karen Crowely, runner up; Karen MuUaney, runner up; Nancy Cartwright, queen; 
Brae Lockwood, runner up; and Lori Fuller, runner up. 



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Jaycee Sponsored contest 

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Cartwright wins title 



ByGREGGOLDFARB 
Sun editor 

"Nancy didn't want us, her parents, to go to the con- 
test," said Captain J. E. Cartwright, father of Nancy 
Cartwright, 1980 Miss East Coast Surfing Champion- 
ship (ECSC). 

"But after she came home from it,** Cartwright con- 
tinued, "the first thing she said was 'I wish you all had 
been there*." 

The Annual ECSC has been sponsored by the 
Virginia Beach Jaycees for the last 17 years. And for 
each championship, a new queen is crowned. But, this is 
the first year that the contest has been made public. (See 
Editorial Comment, page 6). 

At the recent contest held at Rogue's on Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, 300 people watched 14 contestants 
answer questions, and model swimsuits and evening 
wear. 

After the judging, four runner-ups were announced, 
and the young lady that will be the ECSC torch bearer 
for this year. 

A Kempsville gitutuate 

A 1977 Kempsville High School graduate, Nancy lives 
in Kempsville with her parents, and brother. 

At KHS, she was a member of the ski club, but never 
ento^ many contests. She wouldn*t have heard about 

die Miss ECSC contest if not for the fact that she's em- 
p^red with Models Incorporated, Vir^nia Beach. 

"I heard about the contest from the agency,** she 
aud, "ami a lot of my frknds really supported me and 
sug^ted that I enter the Miss ECSCccmiest. 

'*rve done some television commercials, and 
pMopi^y work, but I would never have entered this 
coMert wfthmtt a lot of pushing. I was too chkken. " 



"I didn't expect to win" 

Nancy said the competition was tough, and she didn't 
expect to win. And even if she hadn't won, she gained 
very mucti on that special night in her life. 

"I'd say there was some stiff competition," she said, 
"and I didn't know any of the other girls. 

"But if there's one thing that we all got out of that 
night, it was a feeling of closeness and togetherness. We 
all became good friends and really tried to help each 
other win. They were all really sweet and nice. 

"And when I won, boy was I surprised. I didn't ex* 
pect to win. 



''And when I won, boy was I 
surprised. I didn't ekpect to 
win . . . / couldn 't believe it! ' ' 



"Naturally, we had all looked around us, and 
thought about who might win; but when they picked 
me, I couldn't believe it!" 

"The Jayeees were great" 

Obviously, this year's Miss ECSC contest was a 
positive experioice for Nancy, and she said the Virginia 
Bea^ Jaycees were much of the rei^on. 

"l%e JiQfGees were great," she ttid. "They were the 
Mggest iupporten for all the girls in the show. They 
kept everybody psyched up. 

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T«i Pearl. 19, Virgtok Lori FuMw, 18. Vlrgiiiia LeAnn Shocmake, 19, Karen Mullanery. 19. Donna Ketchum. 21 Tammy Simmons. 18. 
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Fourteen young ladies compete in annual Miss ECSC contest 



More pic's, page 4 




Karen Crowley, 21, MissyDudley,18, Virginia Patricia Foley, 20, Barbara .Goodrich, 21, Nancy Cartwright, 21, Douglas Magill. 19, 
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Miss East Coast Surfing Championship Contest kick off for surfing 



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•But they were also responsible for the hardwt part 
of the contest, the questions, like; 'What are my plans 
for the future,' or. •what do I look for first in a man'.*' 

Plan to coatfMM tdvcatkM 

While living in Vindnia Beach, Nancy likes to 
frequent Orion's Roof. Worrell ft'other's. and Rogue's. 
But the two year. University of Oklahoma arctitectural 



student plans to continue Im education in the future. 

"I had to leave school in Oklahoma because of finan- 
cial reasons.*' she said. "But I'm pUmning to return to 
eitho- James MacUscm University or Old IXMninion 
University in the faU or sptis^. ' ' 



Prizes for Mm ECSC indude: I^nnen for two at «x 
k)cal resUurants; roses and aown; and a ^ mcNith 
membership to three local heahh c»tars. 




Virginia Beach Jaycee Kenny Kinard keeps the contestants in suspense before announcing the winners. 



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Runn^-up's recdved three month memberships to 
health centers spa's. All winners will al^ recdve new 
bathing suits according to a JaycM. 

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Duties of the Misi ECSC quetti and hm com will in- 
clude: A July appearande at the Hamptcm lUrbour 
Festival; Nancy will appear on a local tdevMm show; 
and she. and her court wiU ride in the N^>tiieB Festival 
paracte. 

Judges 

Judges for the contest included, WA Harrison, 
representing a local supermarket chair; ftfytei Itagley, 
general manager, Rogue's; Jimmy CanpbcH. manager, 
Rogue's: Starr Shotwell, Neptune Festival director; 
Marie HinderHter, 1971 Miss ECSC and 1972 Miss 
Virginia: Barbie Hcnbcrgcr, local dance company 
supervisor; Bfadr ThurmaB, local sports editor; Emmett 
K. JenalBp, local disc jockey; and Kay Smith, Miss 
ECSC, 1979. 

(See PARTICIPANTS pa^ 8) 




Brae Lockwood, 19. Nor- Darlene Stevenson, 23, 
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Jaycees and Lobsters 

By GREG GOLDFARB 

Syn editor 

After privately Judging the Miss East Coast Surfing 
OiMipioMWp contest for 17 yars, the Boich Jaycees 
are finially letting the public in on Ae fun. 

Jaycees external vice 
pr^ident Kenny Kinard 
ex^n^: 

**T1ie Jayc^ used to 
(all Uh^ modeling agen- 
da," Kinard said, "and 
the Miss ECSC contestan- 
ts met at the Jaycee 
building to answer quest- 
ions and model privately 
for the members. The 
Jaycees In turn, voted on 
the winner. 

"But this year we recon- 
sidered the contest and 
decide that we needed to 
involve more of the com- 
munity in it. We wanted to 



Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, July 2, 1980 




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open up to aU local residents; and increase the visibility 
oM^ contest, and the Jaycees. in the eyes of the 




The Rock Lobster, danced at Rogues during the 1 WO Miss ECSC contest. 



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Tl» animal beauty, aiul surf^ cootest has been 
fl)ons»ed 1^ the Vl^nia Beach Jaycees for years, and 
is a tndMon at the B«K^. 



TTie ECSC falb in line with the goals and objectives 
of the Jaycees. 

'7^^.^^^^^^ ^ * y®*^ ™*"*s organization." Kinard 
said, "^mi members ranging in age from 18 to 35. 

"We promote community activities and youth 
assistw^ pr<^ams, such as the ECSC this year, 
August 16 and 17, the soap box derby, wir pork feast, 
and anmAl Christmas tree sale. We also sponsor a sun^ 

(See ROCK page 9) 



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Goldfarb's frankness 

DearEdltor: 

Just a $h<m note thanking you for taking the time to 
appear m b^ialf of the Sun at the wxai media panel 
hddattheCa^nUkr. 

Tve just finkhed looking at the prc^ram evaluations, 
and conttaiy to the som^unes hostile attitude at the 
ses^n, die entut pand was ^ven extremdy good 
reviews. In fact, one person wrote tlwt the thing she 
liked m<»t about the session was "Goldfarb's 
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items of interest along with pictures I took when I 
vacation there eiK;h summer. 

The picture on page seven of Atlantic Avenue and 
Parade u peat. I would like to have copy for scrap- 
book, but don't want to cut my copy of paper. Also, 
why not Jet someone take a picture of new "convration 
center" and put in The Sun. 

I wmM ^>preciate it if you would do this for a long 
time subscribo'. 

Polly Mclntyre 
Hencterson, N.C. 



I mi^ apok^ize foe the viniknt remarks addressed to 
you by two of the membm. My only Gqitanation for 
their M^tioitt is that they are n^mb^s of a highly- nnf-iru-ir-] *Tn^ ^ 



As someone who has run for pditioU office and had 
to face the harsh reality of an unfriendly crowd. I ad- 
mire your coohiess under attack. 

I was serious about the possibility of bringing you and 
media person Diana Pierce up to Ridunmid for a more 
comprehoisive PR ^minar ^pi^ are jrianning for early 
not year. By then maybe all tl^ bad memories will hi^e 
faded. 

The next time I am in Tidewater on a Thursday or 
Friday, I'd like to cht>p by and iNiy y^m a coke and talk 
about the mam^eoiait demons that went into 
diai^ii^ to a ttibMd format. As VCU*s topiottriialism 
graduate of '78, I still find the macliinati<^ of 
nemptipen intaesting conversatioo. 

Benue Booucelli 

Dire^or of Public Rdatlons, 

Vii)ginla Health C«e Association 

The Sun: A collectable 

Dear EdItcM': ' 

WcnikI you be kind oiough to s^d me another copy 
of Vii^ttM Beach &m <teted 3-21-80. 1 bcMevv this was 
your last editicm of the "Old Look," which to n^ would 
beacoltector'siton. 

I am a lon^UMsubsmber to Vnrginia Beach Sun and 
have kept a toapbook for 35 years and «ijoy keeinng 



Lett^ toihe editor are welccmied. and encouraged 
ThQf my pertain to any Virginia B^ch related issue, 
or inters. 

Letters should be typed, ^Mible spaced, and include 
the «nd»*s name and se«ion of Virginia Beach in 
which they live. 

Letter may be nuuled to The Virginia Beach Sun. 138 
Ros^<^ Road. Virginia Beach, Va. 23452. 



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1980-81 newly elected officers of the Virginia Beach Jaycees, (\ - r) include: Kenny Kinard, past director, external vice 
president; Bill Sutton, associate director, chairman of the 1980 ECSC; Bill Matthews, publicity director; Paul Harriioii, direc- 
tor; Bob Hayes, internal vice president; Jim Samtors, past external vice president, administrative vice pre»dent; Bob WIdraer, 
treasurer; and in front, Mike LaOiglia, past president, and diairman of the board of <Urectors. Othw officers iadwie: T»ry 
Ocarhart, administrative vice president, state director; Larry Bell, past director, sewetary; Barry Rkh, cttrector, Layton 
Merithcw, director; Mike Hall, director; and Dennis Merchant, director. 



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Glenn models one of this year's bathing suits. 



Uhlar attends VWC 



Student studies harder 



An active high school student, SUNshine 
Girl Glenn Uhlar resigned her recent cheer- 
leading position at Virginia Wesleyan college 
to study more. 

**rm a rising sophomore at VWC,** said the 
18 year old daughter of Beach residents Mr. 
and Mrs. Uhlar. 

''I cheered in high school, and made captain 
of the juniOT varsity squad at Wesleyan. But I 
decided to quit to devote more attention to 
academics.'* 

Potential communicator 

With an inclination toward communications 
as a major, Glenn said she is also considering a 
future in art. 

*'I haven't declared a major,** she said, 
'*but if I don't go into communications I'd like 
to study art. I took some classes from local ar- 
tist Barclay Sheaks, and really liked it." 

A 1979 graduate of Norfolk High School, 
Glenn was in the monogram club, cheered 
three years, and participated in various school 



plays, fashion shows, and homecoming 
ceremonies. She was also secretary of the 
keyetteclub. 

A country rock, and rock and roll fan, 
Glenn enjoys visiting Peabody's and the 
Shack. Her favorite restaurant is Blue Hawaii. 



Enjoys many holibiK 

Her hobbies include painting, laying in the 
sun, and taking care of animals. 

"Our dog Heidi was a stray," Glenn said, 
"and I took her in. My parents aren't real 
happy with some of the animals I've brought 
home, but they know I can't help it." 

Glenn and her parents live in the Laural 
Cove section of Virginia Beach. She says she 
never plans to move. 

"I'll probably stay around Virginia Beach 
for a long time, " she said . 

"I'm a summer person, and there are plenty 
of things for me to do' here. I like to go out, 
and I also like being close to my family. 



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More refugees 

The U.S. Committee Engineering 

for Refugees reported 16 Engineering graduates 

million uprooted people receive approximately 62 

so far in 1980 as compared percent of all job offers 

to 13.2 million in 1978. today. 




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Will a Virginia Beach resident be the next Cheryl Tiegs? A silhouette of a classical face, the symbol of a new look 
beauty search, is displayed by Gary HoUister, president of Merle Norman Cosmetics, Los Angdes, aad Eileen 
Ford, of Ford Models, New York. The companies are sponsoring a worldwide contest for a youi^ womin whose 
face most personifies the beauty and fashion "Face of the 80's." The contest, launched in New York, fo opra to 
single or nnarried women from 16 to 21 ; no modeling experience necessary. The winner, to be ^oien in Monaco in 
September, receives a two-year Ford Models agency contract valued at not less than $30,000 acoonUAg to the spon- 
sors. Applications are available at 2,500 participating Merle Norman studios In the United States and Otnada. 



Participants, hobbies listed 



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Contestants 

Contestants in the 1980 Miss ECSC included: Brae 
Lockwood, and office administrative major at James 
Madison University. She enjoys water sking, ballet, and 
swimming. 

Rarbara Goodrich, a student at Radford majoring in 
elementary education and recreation. She belongs to 
various ski clubs, and enjoys all outdoor sports. 

Nancy Cartwrlght, attended University of Oklahoma, 
works for a local modeling agency, and enjoys snow 
sking and dancing. 

LofI FnHer, works for local modeling agency, enjoys 
outdoor skating, water and snow sking, and meeting 
new people. 

Doiqlai MacfiU, currently learning to surf; hTces kids 
and animals; owns a pet tarantula, and loves the beach. 

Mm DwHey, lives on a farm and enjoys horseback 
riding. 

Dwicnc Stevenson plays piano, clarinet, and guitar; 
teaches at a local modeling agency, and has acted in 
movi«. 

Fatrida Foley, likes to play tackle football, and en- 
joys racquetball and swimming. 

TerrI Pearl, instructor for local modeling agency, 
plans to continue modeling, and enjoys horseback 
riding and swimming. 



Tammy Simmons, attends Education Computer 
Programming Institute, Norfolk, majoring in computer 
technology; 1979 Neptune Prinw^s and likra outdoor 
sports. ^ 

Karen MvUaneyattends Old Dominion University 
majoring in education, loves to travel, snow ski and per- 
form gymnastics. 

Karen Crowl^, likes to skateboard, and all water 
sports, and "only feels at home in the water." 

LeAnn Showeni^, attends ODU as a physical 
education major where she is also a cheerleader. She 
likes all sports and going to the beach. 

Donna Ketchnm, likes swimming, horseback riding, 
and dancing. 



Getjielp, leave message 

Runaway hotline open 

The Virginia Beach Juvenile and Domestic Relations ' 
District Court's Diversion Unit has b^un operation of 
the Lighthouse Runaway Hotline. 

Hours of opwation for the sa^ice are 4 p.m. to 12 
(midnight) Thursday through Monday. The phone 
number is 427-4777. 



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Rock Lobster danced at club ; Jaycees supportive 



(Continued from pt|e S) 

«Ww review, which is a talent show for retarded 
children. «^m»*wu 

"In general, we offer young men teadenhlp training: 
an OHKjrtunity for personal growth and community in- 
volv«n«it, and fellowship. 

"The ECSC is exactly the type of activity in which the 
Jaycws are proud to be a part of. The contest is good 
for the mdividuals participating, as weU as the pubUc 
who comes out to support them." 

Asiiccestfnikickofr 

Kinard said the Miss ECSC contest is the offidai Icick 
off for the up coming surfing championship, and that 
this year s public beauty contest was a success. 

••It was great." Kinard said, "there must have been 
300 people at Rogue's cheering the girls on. We hope 
It 11 be bigger and bettn next ytt. " 

There's no dmying that the surfing contest is good 
for young competitive surfers to get a chance to per- 
form. Tl» boiuty contest also gives many Virginia 
Beach pearls a chance to shine. 

Last year the Jaycees raised afanost $2,000 aiKt gave it 
to chairty; they expect to raise more tWs year. 



The 33 year old organization, with 88 members, could 
r^se more money for diarity if financial arrangements 
w«e secured to make a dollar with the Miss ECSC con- 
test. 

Rock Lobster 

One of the highlights of the Miss ECSC contest this 



"The ECSC is exactly the type 
of activity in which the Beach 
Jaycees are proud to be a part 
of 



yeai, and a possible fund raising effort, included not 
only the beautiful sights on sta^, but the theatrics on 
the dance floor. 

Rogue's, known mostly for disco dancing, and con- 
oots, is now featuring the latest dance traz: The Rock 



Lobster, which was included during the Miss BCSC con- 
test. 

Many young people are aware of the dance 
popularized by the new band. B-52's. but older people 
(those 15 ywrs older than myself) may not be familiar 
with it. 

Whereas disco dancing usually means performing 
prearranged choreographed movements, with a lot of 
spinning, the Rock Lobster dance requires much vertical 
motiong, i.e. jumping up and down with a lot of claw 
action, and shaking the head; combined with lateral 
movement across the floor, like a crab moves sideways 
across the ocean bt)ttom. And not only do the rock lob- 
sters, as the dancers are called, dance frantically in beat 
with the music, they also "die" tc^ether at a certain 
point in the song which dictates that the lobster dancers 
fall to the floor, kick their feet in the air. »tend their 
ever pinching claws toward the heavens, and make 
noises, as one would ima^ne. like a lobster. 

It is interesting that a dance like The Rock Lobster 
has filtered its way into the disco bars, coming from 
rock and roll joints. 

It's a coinddmce that the first public showing of the 
Miss ECSC contest falls in line with the advent of the 
hUest dance steps; but leave it to the Jaycees. and 
Rogue's, to give local residents something new. 



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Andy's Plumbing and Heating 

1003 Canal Drive 485-5000 
State-Registcred-New and Old Work 




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Why do humans have such an affinity for 
growing things? Every home no matter how 
Kiiiall ha.s at leaM one green phint that is lender- 
ly nuturefl. Perhaps this is die only way many 
of us run maintain our ronlaei with God. 
^Tlenever we see evidence of new growth we 
are rtininilcd Uiat IJwl is still at work in the 
worW. 

Siiirilual growth is much uM>re suhlle. hut 
it is every hit as important. Arc you conUnu- 
ing to experience spiritual growth^ just as your 
plaDin experience new growth? 

If you have lost touch with yonr chnreh, 
make a renewed effort to attend llUs Sunday. 
You will experience «ew growth as a reaull. 



Willis Furniture at Hilltop 

1712 Laskin Road 428-5951 
L. H. Burns and Staff 



Price's Incorporated 

4580 Pembroke Mall 497-4821 
Brand Name Appllaaees-TV —Stereo 



Home Federal Savings and Loan Assoc. 

1635 1 jMkIn Koad 426-0327 
300-A North BaltlefieM Blvd. 



Todd Electric Company 

Henry and Moses Todd and Staff 

Cliesapeake Savings and Loan 

Frank N. Wood and Associates 

Southern States 
^Chesapeake Assoc., Inc. 

1764 8. Miiltery Hixhway aO-»41 
Clyde G. Fcntccss and Personnel 



J. D. Miles and Sons, Inc. 

J, D. Miles Jr. and Assodales 



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Kellam and Eaton Inc. 
Building Supplies 

Princess Anne Station 427-3200 
Frank and David KeMam 



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The Virginia Beach Sun is now available at the 
following Virginia Beach Seven Eleveii food 
stores, seven days a week 24-hours a day. 

9498 PrlncM s AniM RMd 

395 N. GrMt N«ck Road 

600 BirdiiMk Road 

745 Virsiiila BmcH Boulavard 

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1690 South PlaiaTrall 

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495 KI119S Grant Road 

4961 HoHand Road 

316 LIttIo Nock Road 
9564 HoHand Road 
4B65^onnoy Road 
500 99nd Stroot 

317 39nd Stroot 
1010 PaclHc Avonuo 
1905 Atlantic Avonuo 
1401 Harport Road 
390B Atlantic Avoniio 

1997 Gonoral Booth Boulovard 

9400 PacWc Avonuo 

3319 Holland Road 

394B HoHand Road 

1401 Lynnhavon Parkway 

31B5 HoHMid Road at SMpps Comor 

900 A South Lynnhavon Parkway 

1900 Diamond Sprinjf Road 

1635 Ploaturo Houi o Road 

4461 Shoro Drivo 

9091 Indopondonco Boulovard 

454B Wis hart Road 

3745 Shoro DrIvo 

9956 Rod TMo Road 

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There arc Virgiiiia Beach sun newspaper boxes at 
the following Beach locations: 

Peter Pan Pancakes, 

Atlantic Avenue 
Lake Wright, 

Northampton, Boulevard 
Ramadainn, 

57th and Atlantic 
Holiday Inn, 

Atlantic Avenue 
Post Office, 

24th and Atlantic 
The Diplomat, 

Atlantic Avenue 
Pocohontas Pancake House 

Atlantic Avenue 
Sheraton Motor Inn, 

Atlantic Avenue 




Sand and Sea 

Sand and sea-the lure of the sea at Vit^nia Beach is 
just too strong sometimes. Boys of any age are drawn to 
the pounding, rolling waves. Older boys take their boats 
to the sea, but for now, younger ones have to be content 
to play in the sand. 



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The Disabled Americans of 
Tidewater desperately need your 
household discards to raise funds 
for disabled Veterans. We need 
dothhig (men's, women's, and 
children's) small appliances, fur- 
niture, dishes, books, toys, 
rungs, T.V.'s, Ititchen wares. 



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Yo- Yolympics slated 

The 2nd Annual Yo-Yolympics will be hdd Thur- 
sday, July 31 at 3 p.m. in the Teoi Lounge, Virginia 
Beach Recreation Centcr/Kempsville. 

The event is sponsored by the Virgiiiia Beach Depart- 
ment of Parks and Repreation and the Duncan Toys 
company. 

Youngsters through age 15 are^^pble to participate 
in two age categories, 1 1 and under and 12 to 15. 

Boys and girls wiU be called upon to perform 10 
tricks. Winners will advance to the state and regional 
fmals and nine regional winners wiU compete in the Yo- 
Yolympics National Finals on Saturday, Sept. 13 at 
Universal Studios Tour Entertainment Center, 
Hollywood, California. 

For more information on this evait, please caB teen 
services, 499-1281. 



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Virginia Beach Farm news: 



Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, July 2, 1980 II 



Embargo lowers grain prices for local farmers 



Virginia Beaches agriculture is still feeling the effects 
of the grain embargo, large carryover of grain, high in- 
terest rates and lower prices than last year, Com- 
missioner S. Mason Carbaugh of the Virginia Depar- 
tment of Agriculture and Consumer Services said today. 

A recent survey shows that corn growers alone suf- 
fered a $3.2 million loss, but' the total loss figures will 
not fully be determined until the present crop is 
marketed. 

Grain support dwindUiig 

Other results of the survey indicated that support for 
the grain embargo is dwindling; commercial farmers 
have been hardest hit by high interest rates; and 
although most farmers are expected to continue their 



farming operations in 1980, they are looking for ways to 
reduce farm expenditures. 

Reviewing the survey, Commissioner Carbaugh said, 
"Relatively low com prices as a combined result of the 
embargo, a large crop in 1979, carry-overs, worsening 
general economic conditions and low com prices during 
the first quarter of the year are reflected in the lost 



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revenue. Many farmers sold their croi» early in order to 
obtain working capital for this year. Their crop reached 
market just as the price began to drop. When they 
sought to borrow money, interest rates were on the rise. 
A similar situation faced other segments of the 
agricultural community." 



Life insurance 

Six out of every seven 
American families have 
the financial protection of 
life insurance. 



OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC COMMENT ON FiDERAL 

REGUUTORY STANDARD CONCERNING TERMINATION 

OF CUSTOMER SERVICE PRACTICES BY 

GAS AND EIKTRIC UTILITIES 

Omi No. PUE 800027 



The Public Regulatory PoHdes 
Act of 1978 (ttie "A&% requires 
the State Corporation Commis- 
sion to give public notice and 
conduct a public hearing on 
whether the federal Termination 
of Customer Service Standard es- 
tablished by §§11 3(b)(4) and 
303(b)(1) of the Act should be 
adopted so as to apply to gas and 
electric utilities in Virginia. The 
standard under consideration is 
as follows: 

Proca!«bmi for T^mlnatbfi of 
fiodrlc or Gat Sorvko— No elec- 
tric utility may terminate electric 
service to any electric consumjer 
and rK> gas utility may terminate 
gas service to any gas consumer 
except pursuant to the following 
procedures: 

The procedures for termination 
of service are procedures pre- 
scribed by the State Corporation 
♦Commission which provide that — 

(1) no electric service to an 
electric consumer and no gas 
service to a gas consumer may 
terminate unless reasonable prior- 
notice (Including notice of rights 
and remedies) is given to such 
consunner and such, consumer has 
a reasonable opportunity to clis- 
pute the reasons for such termi- 
nation^ and 

(2) during any period when 
termination of service to an elec- 
tric or gas consumer would be 
especially dangerous to health, as . 
determined by the State Corpora- 
tion Commission, and such con- 
sumer establishes that — 

(A) he Is unable to pay for 
such service in accordance with 
the requirements of the utility's 
billing, or 

(B) he is able to pay for such 
service but only in installments, 

such service may not be termi- 
nated. 

Such procedures shall take Into 
account the need to include rea- 



sonable provisions for elderly 
and handicapped consumers. 

The State Corporation Commis- 
sion has scheduled a public hear- 
ing on July 28, 1980, in Senate 
Room B, General Assembly Build- 
ing, 9th and Governor Streets, 
Richmond, Virginia, commencing 
at 10:00 a.m. for the purpose of 
receiving public comment on the 
extent to which the above stand- 
ard should be adopted and ap- 
plied to all gas and electric utili- 
ties under the Commission's juris- 
diction operating in Virginia. The 
appropriate provisions of the Act 
that must be considered by the 
Commission are available for in- 
spection during normal business 
hours at any office of Vepco 
where bWh may be paid and at 
the Commission's Document Con- 
trol Center, Floor B1, Blanton 
Building, Richmond, Virginia. 

Persons wishing to file written 
comments with the Commission, 
on the adoption of the above 
standard may file an original and 
foUr (4) copies of such- comments 
on or before July 2U 1980. Such 
written, comments shall be ad- 
dressed to the State Corporation 
Commission, Docunment Control 
Center, P. O. Box 2118, Rich- 
mond, Virginia 23216, making 
reference to Case No. PUE800027. 
Any Interested person wishing 
to make an oral statement on his 
own behalf at the public hearing 
need only appear at the General 
Assembly Building, at 9:45 a.m. 
on July 28, 1980, and Inform 
the Commission's Bailiff that he 
wishes to speak. 

VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER 
COMPANY 

By order of: 

The Virginia State Corporation 
Commf^ion 

June, 1980 

2t7/2 VB 



OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC COMMENT ON FEDERAL 

REGULATORY STANDARD CONCERNING ADVERTISING 

PRACTICES BY GAS AND ELECTRIC UTILITIES 

Case No. PUE 800021 



The Public Regulatory Policies 
Act of 1978 (the "Act"), requires 
the State Corporation Commission 
to give public notice and conduct 
a public hearing on whether the 
federal Advertising Standard es- 
tablished by §§11 3(b)(5) and 
303(bK2) of the Act should be 
adopted so as to apply to gas and 
electric utilities in Virginia. The 
standard under consideration is 
as follows: 

ADVERTISING— No electric or 
gas utility may recover from any 
person other than the sharehold- 
ers (or other owners) of such util- 
ity any direct or Indirect expendi- 
ture by such utility for promo- 
tional or political advertising as 
defined below. For purposes of 
this standard — 

(A) The term "advertising" 
means the commercial use, by 
an electric or gas utility, of any 
media, including newspaper, 
printed matter, radio, and televi- 
sion, in order to transmit a mes- 
sage to a substantial number of 
members of the public or to such 
utility's consumers. 

(B) the term "political adver- 
tising" means any advertising for 
the purpose of influencing public 
opinion with respect to legisla- 
tive, administrative or electoral 
matters, or with respect to any 
controversial Issue of public im- 
portance. 

(C) The term "promotional ad- 
vertising" means any advertising 
for the purpose of encouraging 
any person to select or use the 
service or additional service of 
the utility or the selection or in- 
stallation of any appliance or 
equipment designed to use such 
utility's service. 

For the purposes of this stand- 
ard, the terms "political advertis- 
ing" and "promotional advertis- 
ing" do not Include — 

(A) Advertising which informs 
electric or natural gas consumers 
how they can conserve electricity 
or natural gas or can reduce peak 
demand for it, 

(B) Advertising required by 
law or regulation. Including ad- 
vertising required under Part I 
of Title II of the National Energy 
Conservation Policy Act, 

(C) Advertising regarding serv- 
ice interruptions, safety measures, 



or emergency conditions, 

(D) Advertising concerning 
employment opportunities with 
such utility, 

(E) Advertising which pro- 
motes the use of energy efficient 
appliances, equipment or serv- 
ices, or 

(F) Any explanation or justifi- 
cation of existing or proposed 
rate schedules, or notification of 
hearing thereon. 

The State Corporation Commis- 
sion has scheduled a public hear- 
ing on July 28, 1980, in Senate 
Room B, General Assembly Build- 
ing, 9th and Governor Streets, 
Richmond, Virginia, commencing 
at 10:00 a.m. for the purpose of 
receiving public comment on the 
extent to which the above stand- 
ard should be adopted and ap- 
plied to all gas and electric utili- 
ties under the Commission's juris- 
diction operating in Virginia; The 
appropriate provisions of the Act 
that must be considered by the 
Commission are available for: 
inspection during normal busi- 
ness hours at any office of Vepco 
where bills may be paid and at 
the Commission's Document Con- 
trol Center, Floor B1, Blanton 
Building, Richmond, Virginia. 

Persons wishing to file written 
comments 'with the Commission, 
on the adoption of the above 
standard may file an original and 
four (4) copies of such comments 
on or iDefore July 21, 1980, Such 
written comments shall be ad- 
dressed to the State Corporation 
Commission, Document Control 
Center, P. O. Box 2118, Rich- 
mond, Virginia 23216, making 
reference to Case No. PUE80002 1 . 
Any interested person wishing to 
make an oral statement on his 
own behalf at the public hearing 
need only appear at the Generah 
Assembly Building, at 9:45 a.m. 
on July 28, 1980, and inform the 
Commission's Bailiff that he 
wishes to speak. 

VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND POWER 
COMPANY 

B^order of: 

The Virginia State Cmrporafion 
Commission 



June, 1980 



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Triiyekrs from across the mUon flock to Vinlnii 
B«,ch .»n».ll, Some for <he w.rm ,„n; «,„» J,*, 
cool surf, some for both. 

k ^TZ^*^^"^' **** '*****'" ^"^ ^^"'"8 the Beach, there 
b one thing everyone wants to know after they get here: 
Where to go After The Sun Goes Down... ' ^ ^"' 



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217 Virginia Beach Boulevard 



July 2-6: Seabird 

July 7-12: Eddie Shaw and Wolfgang 

July 1 3- 15: Mike's Touring Band 
July 16-20: McCalne 
July 23-27: Cripple Creek. 
July30-August3: SeaMrd 



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July 2-6: Snuff 

July 7 and 8: States 

July 9, and 10: Hone Grown Vigilante Band 

July 1 1 and 12: Sutten Gold Streak 

July 13-15: Va. Fire Band 

July 16-20: BoothUI 

July 21 and 22: Street Talk 

July 23-27: Super Grit 

July 28 and 29: Albtarc 

July 30- August 3: Snuff 

August 4 and 5: States 

August 6-7: Skip Castro 

August 8 and 9: Brke Street Band 

August 13-17: Home Grown Vigilante Band 

August 18 and 19: Street Talk 

August 20-24: Super Grit Cowboy Band 

August 27-Scptember 9: Snuff 

Sept. 10-14: BoothUI Express 



15th and Atlantic, on the pier 

The Snard Brothers* seven nights a week through Sep- 
tember. 



313 Laskin Road 



July 11-15: Pat Cooper 

July 16-24: Herb Reed A Ptatten 

July 25-29: AIMartfno 

August 11-17: MnUonaires 

August 18-31: Command Performaicf 



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21st and Pacific 



July3:^rmbolS 

Juiy6: ItobhiT homp a M MMiadpCMtroBMWi 

July 8-13: ^m^slt 

July9: RoUnLmM aid the Chart! 

July 15-20: Alt Cirim 
July 22-27: Dmit 
July29-August3: 
August 5-10: Hot Cakes 
August 12-17: Danle 
August 19-24: Hot Cakes 
August 24: EariScnigis 
August 26-31: Staircase 



1709 Pacific Avenue 



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15th & Atlantic Avenue 



July 6: OMttcr 
July 7*13: Sudciidc 
July 14: Hurwrn 

July 15-20: Tte Fit Anmoii's Bud 

July 21-27: Hsmtt 

Augusts: C^Mer 

August 4-10: lUMlyMix 

August 11-18: So^tMrd 

August 19-24: Tke Fat Ammon's Bawl 

August 25-31: Mitfiistrcaiii 



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July 2-6: 

July7-8: Vtogirti Fire Rami 

July 9-13: Paet 

July Hand 15: Trieks 

July 16-20: Eaitcoait 

July 22-27: B«Ut 

July 28-29: Staicnae 

July30-August2:ilai« 

August 3-5: Vlriiiria Flrt Band 

August 26-31: BiibH 



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A(^r Barry Newman (left foreground) carri^ "father" Harold Gould during an emotional scene from Titus 
n!^^u^ upcoming television movie "King Crab." Scheduled for broadcast on Father's Day. the movie was 
ma^ in Hampton, Virginia. Winner of the Eugene O'NdU Theatre Award, the movie is one of six film productions 
shot in Virginia recently. 

Film shooting in Virginia rising dramatially 



More films arc being shot in Virginia than ever 
before. And as a result, movie and TV production com- 
panies have spent from $4.5 to $6 milUon in the stote 



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Seventh and Oceanfront 



June 30- July 6: After Six 



6 1 6 Virginia Beach Boulevard (Ifiinirnn^R^ 



July 2-5: Hot Cakes 

July 9-12: HotOikeft 
July 13: lohnPrine 
July 16 and 17: Symbols 
July 20: States 
July 21: Jao and Dean 
July 23-26: Songbird 
July30-August2: Hot Cakes 
August 6-9: Bill Deal 

August 13-16: FatAmmon 
August 20-23: Symbols 
\ugust 27-30: Hot Cakes 



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2014 Atlantic Avenue 



June30-July6: The Sounds of the Driften 
July 7-20: Sam Vine 
July 21-27: MUyFeUows 

July28-Ai^ust3: The Sounds of the Driften 
August 4-17: SinnyTniver 
August 18-31: The M^malrfs 
Sept. 1-7: The Sonn^ of the Drifters. 



^Ckdoor Pub, 1284 Laskin Road: The Madhatter, 

Tuesdays through Sundays, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. 

Gangplank II, 1284 Laskin Road: Debbie Fulcher, 

Wednesdays through Sundays, 8:30 -.m. to 1 :30 a.m. 

Howard Johnson's, 39th and Atlantic Avenue! 
"The McClottd Band*' appearing nightly. 

Hunt RooniyOriginal Cavalier Hotel, 42nd Street; big 
band sounds of Tommy Gwaltney, Fridays and Satur- 
days, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. 

S!2"1^!?^!j ^^"^ ^^'^^' **>P «f new Cavalier 
Hotel; big band sounds of Al DeHanls. Tuesdays 
th^ou^ Sundays from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.VJondtys! 

Round Room, Saturday nights: JUIIy Morris and Or- 
cbestra, 8:30 p.m. to Sunday, Tuesday, and Fridays 
"Oldies but Goodies." « rnoays. 



No charge for listings 

After The Sun Goes Down is presented free 
of charge by The Virginia, Beach Sun 
newspaper as a public service to its readers. To 
include your bar or nightclub featuring live en- 
tertainment in After The Sun Goes Down, 
send information to The Virginia ^ich Sun, 
138 Rosemont Road, 2345 L 



during the past 14 months. 

During that time, three feature films ("Coal Miner's 
Daughter," "The Final Countdown" and "The Four 
Seasons"), three made-for-television movies and 
numerous commercials were shot on location in 
Virginia, according to the Virginia State Travel Service, 
which provides production assistance to film crews. 

The Four Seasons 



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The most recent feature, "The Four Seasons, 
marked Alan Alda's film directorial debut. Alda also 
wrote and stars in the film, which was shot partially in 
Charlottesville. Carol Burnett, Len Cariou, Sandy Den- 
nis, Rita Moreno, Jack Weston, Bess Armstrong and 
Alda's two daughters, Beatrice and Elizabeth, also are 
in the film. It was produced by Martin Bregman 
Productions, which made "The Seduction of Joe 
Tynan" and "Dog Day Afternoon." 

The latest television movie filmed in Virginia was 
"King Crab," the second Titus Productions film made 
in Virginia in nine months. Filming was completed after 
18 days on location in .Hampton, Virginia. "King 
Crab" stars Barry Newman, Harold Gould and Gail 
Strickland. It was directed by Marvin Chompsky, who 
also directed "Attica" and "Holocaust." The script, 
written by Preston Ransome, won the Eugene O'Neill 
Theatre Award and was adapted especially for the 
Hampton locale. 

Virginia's coast has been very popular as a film set- 
ting. "The Final Countdown," starring Kirk Douglas, 
Martin Sheen and Catherine Ross, was shot in Norfolk 
aboard the carrier U.S.S. Nimitz. "Death of Ocean 
View Park," which recently was televised, also was shot 
in Norfolk. 

"Filming there has run the gamut from using the 
world's largest nuclear-powered aircraft carrier to ac- 
tually blowing up a vintage roller coaster in an 
amusement park," said Nancy Kmerson of the Travel 
Service. 

Coal Miner's Daughter 

A totally different setting was found at the western 
border of the state for the feature film, "Coal Miner's 
Daughter." Fairgrounds in a rural, mountain area of 
the Virginia Blue Ridge were used in that picture. 

For "The Henderson Monster," scheduled to air this 
month, an urban setting was needed. Several sites in 
Richmond and Williamsburg were used including the 
Medical College in Virginia and the College of William 
and Mary. 

in addition to films, Virginia locations have been 
used this year for numerous industrial films and 
television commercials, such as McDonald's, Ford and 
the new "Catch that Pepsi Spirit" advertising cam- 
paign. 



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The Virginia Beach Sun now is available at the 
following locations during regular business hours: 

Pocohontas Pancake House, 35th and 
Ocean front 

Sea Vacationer, 34th and Oceanfront 

La Playa Motel, 33rd and Atlantic 

Peter Pancakes, 33rd and Oceanfront 

Diplomat Hotel, 33rd and Oceanfront 

Ocean Ranch Hotel, 32nd and Oceanfront 

Ocean House Restaurant, 3108 Atlantic 
Avenue 

Gulfstream Hotel, 29th and Oceanfront 

Sea n* Sun Motel, 29th and Oceanfront 

Best Western Viking Motel, 28th and 
Oceanfront 

Mardi Gras Motel, 2802 Atlantic Avenue 

Boardwalk Inn, 2604 Atlantic Avenue 

The Seahawk Motd, 26th and Oceanfront 

Ittgnmi Phamwcy, 25th and Oceanfront 

Holiday Inn, 25th and Oceanfront 

Princess Anne Motel, 25th and Oceanfront 

Simmons Photo, ^5 10 Atlantic Avenue 

News Center, 23rd and Oceanfront 

Nautilus Gift Shop, 22nd and Oceanfront 

The Marjac, 22nd and oceanfront 

The Original Sob Shop, 22nd and Ocean- 
front 

Ringside Restaurant, 22nd and Oceanfront 



Honse of Gifts, 2202 Atlantic Avenue 
Barr's Pharmacy, 17th and Atlantic 

Ivanhoe Motel, 2023 Atlantic Avenue 
Sir Richards, 2014 Atlantic Avenue 
Worrell Brothers, 19th and Oceanfront 
Aquarius Motel, 19th and Oceanfront 
Darkens Cocktails, 19th and Oceanfront 




Varky Aarduark and employees invite Beach skaters to Riming Wheels. 

Spinning Wheels opens for Beach skaters 

Virginia Beach rwidents Randy Rau and Larry Abbot have opened The Spinning Wheels RoUer Disco Skating 
Rmk with over 9,000 square feet of skating surface available, for beginners or the fancy disco skaters. 

Patrons can skate to the music from a 1 .000 watt stereo sound system while 280 UghU flash overhead 
^Located at Hilltop on First Colonial Road in Virginia Beach, the Spinning Wheels serves skaters from 6 years to 

Teachers are available for lessons; and there are attendants for the children. 

There is a private room available for parties. 

A game room is available, as is a pro shop and snack bar. 



Schedule listed 



Arts in the Beach parks 



The Performing Arts Unit of the Virginia Beach 
Department of Parks and Recreation has announced its 
schedule for "Arts in the Parks;** 

Joly 13: 7 p.m., "Four Stor Edition**, Atiantic Fleet 
Band, Norwegian Lady Park, 25th and Atlantic 
Avenue; 7 p.m., "Story book Theatre Cwnpany,** 
Princess Anne Park, Princess Anne Road; 7 p.m.. Pup- 
pets, "The Wappadoodle Puppet Company** Bayville 
Park, First Court Road. 

July 2<H 7 p.m.. Naval Amphibious Base, Norwegian 
Lady Park, "School of Music Band*' 25tii Street and 
Atiantic Avenue. Concert co-sponsored by The Cape 
Henry Woman's Qub; 7 p.m., "Sandpiper Folk Dan- 
cers'* Princess Anne Park, Princess Anne Road; 7 p.m„ 
Puppets in the Park "Wappadoodle Puppets", BayviUe 
Park, First Court Road. 

J«ly 27: 7 p.m. Bxpnt Modem Dance Company, 
Norwegian Lady Park, 25Ui Street and Atiantic 
Avenue. 

Aagost 2 and 3: AU Day, Virginia Beach Folk Arts 
Festival, Princess Anne Park, Princess Anne Road. 

Ai^mt 10: 3 p.m. "Ubast, Oodd^s of Egypt," 
Freshman Workshop Plaza Jr. High, reservations not 
rtqutred; 7 p.m. Contmental Army Band, Norwegian 
lady Park, 25th Street and Atiantic Avenue; 7 p.m. 
Puppets in the Park. Wappadoodle Puppets, Bayville 
Park, First Court Road. 

Ai^iMt 17: 3 p.m. Junior/Senior drama workshop 
production, Recreation Center TTieatre/Kempsville, 
reservations not required; 7 p.m. "Four Star Edition", 
US Atlantic Fleet Band, Norwegian Lady Park, 25th 
Street and Atlantic Avenue. ^ 

Aiigwt 24: 7 p.m. Langley Air Force Stage Band, 
Norwegian Lady Park, 25th Street and Atlantic 



Avenue. 

B.n^i ^*' .^ P;™J ^^ ^^^*^ ^^ Ceremonial 
Ba^j^ Nonvegian Lady Park, 25th Street and Atiantic 

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Ambs 
gets 

promotion 

Beach resic^t Thomas L. 
Ambs, formerly central 
office technician in the 
Virginia Beach area, has 
been promote to supo*- 
visor of the com- 
munication center for the 
32nd street offK*. This 
center serves customers 
with telephone number 
prefix 422, 425, and 428. 

Ambs, with his wife and 
two daughters, lives in 
Windsor Oaks West, and 
is active in the Knights of 
Columbus. He is a 




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VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's Office oT the Circuit Court 

of the City of Virginia Beach on the 1 1th Day of June, 

1980. 

C. L. Pincus, Jr., t/a C. L. Pincus, Jr. A Company, 

Complainant, 

V. 

Richard A. Hewitt and Iris F. Hewitt 

340VU^Road 

City of Vhrginia Beach, Virginia 

Jerry D. Gardner and Nancy T. Gardner 

616 C^y Drive 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Lemley T. Rodgers and Lelia F. Rodgers 
Serve By Order of Publication 

Bay Cf^ony DevetofNnent, Inc., 

a Virginia corporation * 

c/o Richard A. Hewitt, 

R^tered Agoit 

340 Vilhige Road 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Donald L. McKnight and Alice M. McKnight 

1008 Windsor Road 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Mutual Federal Savings and Loan Association 

Serve any officer 

745 Duke Street 

City of Norfolk, Vhrginia 

Fred Jacobson 
228-50th Street 
City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Edwih Jacobson 

207ParkRoi^ 

City of Portsmouth, Virginia 

John B. Dinsmore and Georgia C. Dinsmore 

1121 Bniton Lane 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

George N.Byrd 

2701 Hood Cirde 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

John B. Preston and Card R. Preston 

448 Discovery Road 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

C. Wesley LindeU ami Dianne D. Lindell 

1220 Clydesdale Lane 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Edward L. PhiUips and Patricia W. PhilUps 

929 Windsor Road 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

John T. Atkinson and Elizabeth W. Atkinson 

1408 Berkshire Lane 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

William H. Stames and Patricia R. Starnes 

VF 101 

NasOc^ma 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Colonial service Corporation, a Virginia corporation 

c/o Guilford D.Ware, 

Registered Ageitt 

1640 Virginia National Bank Building 

City of Norfolk, Virginia 

William Drinkwater and Dale S. Drinkwater 

1228 Bruton Lane 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Colonial Service Corporation, a Virginia corporation. 

and 

Floyd R. Davis, ' 

Partners Trading As CSD Enterprises. 

a Virginia partnership 

Serve: 

Guilford D. Ware. 

Registered Agent for Colonial Service Corporation 



1640 Virginia National Bank Building 

City of Norfolk. Virginia 

and 

Floyd R. Davis 

141 Virginia Beach Blvd. West 

City of Norfolk, Virginia 

Frederick P. Aucamp and Barbara A. Aucamp 

1233 Bruton Lane 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Seaboard Savings and Loan Association, 

a Virginia corporation 

Serve: 

H. Calvin Spain 

Registered Agent 

101 N. Lynnhaven road 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Ronnie O. Davis, Trustee for 
Seaboard Savings and Loan Association 
1 125 Michaelwood Drive 
City of Virginia Beach. Virginia 

H. Calvin Spain, Trustee for 
Seaboard Savings and Loan Association 
101 N. Lynnhaven Road 
City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

J. E. Etheridge, Trustee for 

Mutual Federal Savings and Loan Association 

901 Greenway Court 

Norfolk, Virginia 

Paul N. Lesner, Trustee for 

Mutual Federal Savings and Loan Association 

1911 Foxhound Lane 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

L. Cleaves Manning, Trustee for 

Mutual Federal Savings and Loan Association 

820 Citittns Trust Building 

City of Portsmouth, Virginia 

First & Merchants National Bank 

Serve any officer < 

IBankStreet 

Otyof Norfolk, Virginia 

Clyde H. Jacob, Jr., Trustee for 

First A Merchants National Bank 

IBankStreet 

City of Norfolk, Virginia 

Joseph S. Lovering, Jr . , Trustee for 

First A M^chants National Bank 

IBankStreet 

City of Norfolk, Virginia 

Clarence W. Keel, Trustee for 
Seaboard Savings and Loan Association 
3829 Old Farm Road 
City of Chesapeake, Virginia , 

E. T. Caton. Trustee Under Deed of Trust 

from William Ehinkwater and Dale S. Drinkwater dated 

Februarys, 1980 

2508 Pacific Avenue 

City of Virginia Beach. Virginia 

Atlantic Permanent Savings and Loan Association. Inc. 

740 Boush Street 

City of Norfolk , Virginia 

Hugh L.Dougherty, Trustee 

for Attantic Permanent Savings and Loan Association, 

Inc. 

740 Boush Street 

City of Norfolk, Virgima 

P. Douglas Richard, Trustee for 

Atlantic Permanent Savings and Loan Association. Inc. 

404 K^Apsville Lane 

City of Virginia Beach. Virginia 

C. B. White. Trustee for 

Atlantic Permanent Savings and Loan Association, Inc. 



3038 Westminister Avenue 
Cityof Norfolk. Virginia. 

Defendants. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of the above-styled suit is to obtain a judg- 
ment against defendant Lemley T. Rodgers and others 
for certain labor, materials and equipment expended by 
plaintiff. C. L. Pincus, Jr. at the request of Lemley T. 
Rodgers and others in the development of North 
Linkhom Park and North Linkhorn Park Extended 
located in the City of Virginia Beach, and to enforce 
plaintiffs right to a mechanic's lien against certain lots 
in said development, including lots owned by said 
Lemley T. Rodgers and his wife, Lelia F. Rodgers. 

And, it appearing by affidavit filed according to law 
that Lemley T. Rodgers and Lelia F. Rodgers, defen- 
dants in tbe captioned matter, are not residents of this 
State, it is therefore ORDERED that the said Lemley T. 
Rodgers and Lelia F. Rodgers appear on or before July 
31 1980, in the Clerk's Office of this Court and do what 
is necessary to protect their interests. 

And it is further ORDERED that this Order be 
published once a week for four successive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach sun newspaper printed fti the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styrod, D.C. 
I ask for this: 

Joseph R. Lassiter, Jr., Atty. 
1010 Plaza One, P. O. Box 3508 
Norfolk, Virginia 23514 
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will con- 
duct a Public Hearing on Wednesday, July 16, 1980, at 
7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Administration 
Building, Municipal Center, Virginia Beach, Vir^nia. 
The sUff briefmg will be at 7:00 p.m. in the City 
Manager's Conference Room. The following ap- 
plications will appear on the agenda. 
REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. Helen Farris requests a variance to aUow parking of 
major recreational equipment in front of a building in- 
stead x>( behind the nearest porti<ni of a building ad- 
jacent to a public street on Lot 22, Block B, Section 1, 
C^ar Hill, 5670 Pin Oak Court. Kempsville Borough. 

2. Robert W. and Barbara N. Hudgins, Contract 
Owners, request a variance of 0.5 feet to a 14.5 foot side 
yard adjacent to a street (Angel Fish Lane) instead of 15 
feet as required on Lot E, Tract D, Section 2, San- 
dbridge Beach, 3357 Sandfiddler Road. Pungo 
Borough. 

3. Paul E. and Betty B. Fultz request a variance of 9.6 
feet to a 20.4 foot setback from Independence 
Boulevard instead of 30 feet as required (through lot - 
swimming pool) on Lot 11, Section 15, Lake Smith 
Tertice, 1328 Five Forks Road. Bayside Borough. 

4. Sidney H. and Hilda H. Vernon request a variance of 
4 feet to a 16 foot side yard adjacent to a street (Aqua 
Avenue) instead of 20 feet as required on Lot 20. Block 
17, Croatan Beach, South Atlantic Avenue. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

5. Jerome B. and Sandra K. Friedman request a varian- 
ce of 10 feet to a "0" side yard setback (north property 
line) and of 10 feet to a "0" rear yard setback instead of 
10 feet each as required (accessory building) on Lot 8. 
Block N. Section 8. Part 2, Fairfield, 5312 Fairhill 
Court. Kempsville Borough. 

6. Robert H. and Shirley A. Fahrney request a variance 
of 10.5 feet to a 19.5 foot front yard setback (Parkside 
Place) instead of 30 feet as required (accessory buikUng) 
on Lot 1, Block C, Section 1, Laurel Cove, 1300 Conrad 
Lane. Lynnhaven Borough. 

7; Terry M. and Debra K. Speer request a variance of 7 
feet to a 3 foot side yard setback (north property line) 
and of 3 feet to a 7 foot rear setback instead of 10 feet ^ 
required (accessory building) on Lot 181, Section 1, 
Brigadoon, 5440 MacQueen Drive. Kempsville 
Borough. 

8. Paul L. Strassberg by nathaniel J. Cohen. Attorney, 
requests a variance of 7 feel to a "0" rear yard setback 
inst^uj of 7 feet as previously approved by the Board of 
Zoning Appeals (12-12-70-open decks) on Part of Site 
A, Division of Site 2, Oconee Avenue, Oconee Park. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 



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9. Cynthia Boyance requests a variance of 3 fiarking 
spaces to 14 parking sptices inst^d of 17 parkintg spaces 
as required (Hea market and snack bar) on Lot 33, 
Bradford Park, 4709 Tulip Drive, Unit 7. Bayside 
Borough. 

10. Robert G. Wood requests a variance of 3 feet 5 in- 
ches to a 6 foot 7 inch rear yard setback instead of 10 
feet as required (accessory building) on Lot 33, Block E, 
Section 1, Cardinal Estates. 1313 Canary Drive. Prin- 
cess Anne Borough. 

11. Brooks M. and Deborah M. McCormick request a 
variance of 4 feet in fence height to an 8 foot fence in- 
stead of a 4 foot fence as allowed in a required yard 
from a street on Lot 1, Block L, Phase 1-F, The Ukes, 
3300 Merion Court. Princess Anne Borough. 

12. J. Stuart Hume requests a variance of 6 feet in fen<« 
height to a 10 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required front yard (enclose tennis court) 
on part of Tract "A", Property of R. Guy and Grace C. 
Thrasher, Forest Hills, 2883 River Road. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

13. John A. Pitts requests a variance of 5 feet to a 5 foot 
rear yard setback instead of 10 feet as required (ac- 
cessory building) on Lot 17, Block 6, Section 5. 
Aragona Village, 781 Stell Lane. Bayside Borough. 

14. Ralph C. Guy requests a variance of 10 feet to a 40 
foot front yard setback instead of 50 feet as required 
(addition) on Parcel 226, North Landing Area, 3305 
Heffington Drive. Princess Anne Borough. 

15. Gilbert H. Wilson requests a variance of 0,8 feet to a 
7.2 foot side yard setback (east side) and of 8 feet to a 
"0" side yard setback (west side) instead of 8 feet each 
as required (semi-detached dwelling) on Lot 12, Block 
109, Linkhorn Park, 402 35th Street. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

16. Marsha Lynn Building Corporation requests a 
variance of 1 1 feet to a 9 foot rear yard setback instead 
of 20 feet as required (swimming pool) on Lot 4, Block 
T, Section 1, Townhomes of Chimney Hill, Keats Drive. 
Kemps ville Borough. 
DEFERRED AGENDA: 

1. K & K Management, Inc. requests a variance of 1 
free-standing sign to 2 free-standing signs instead of 1 
free-standing sign as allowed on Parcel, Minnix Nursery 
Property near Elizabeth River Shores, 400 S. Military 
Highway. Kempsville Borough. 
READVERTISEMENT: 

1. McDonald's Nursery requests a variance of 24 feet to 
an 1 1 foot front yard setback instead of 35 feet as 
required and of 1 foot to a 6 foot setback for the free- 
standing sign instead of 7 feet as required on Parcel 002, 
Reedtown Area, 1144 Independence Boulevard. Bayside 
Borough. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEAR BEFORE THE 

BOARD. 

W. L. Towers 

Secretary 

2t7/9VB 

NOnCE CW PUBUC HEARING 

Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Council Chambers of the Qty Ifell 
Building, Municipal Center, Princess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia on Monday, July 14, 1980, at 
2:00 p.m., at which time the following applications will 
be heard: 

CHANCE CM? ZONING DISTRKT ClASSIFICATIGN: 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

1. An Ordinance upon Application of R. G. Moore 
Building orporation for a CHANCE OP ZONING 
DISTRICT OASSIFICATION from R-5 Residential 
District to R-8 Residential District on certain property 
located 2562.84 feet West of Salem Road beginning at a 
point 1700 feet more or less North of Recreation Drive, 
running a distance of 2827.91 feet along the Southern 
property line, running a distance of 295.82 feet in a 
Northwesterly direction, running a distance erf 266.07 
feet in a Westerly direction, running a distance of 
305.13 feet in a Northeasteriy direction, running a 
distance of 517.42 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a distance of 462 feet in an Easteriy direction, 
running a distance of 198 feet in a Nwtheasteriy 
direction, running a distance of 231 feet in a Northeriy 
direction, running a distance of 1291.55 feet along the 
Northern property line,^ running a distance of 1364.98 
feet in a Southeriy direction, running a distance of 
735.28 feet in a Easteriy directicm, running a distance of 
95.12 feet in a Northeasteriy direction, running a 



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distance of 150 feet in a Southeasterly direction, 
running a distance erf 110.97 feet in a Northeasterly 
direction, running a distance of 101 feet in a 
Southeasterly direction, running a distance erf 48.11 
feet m a northeasterly direction, numing a distance of 
368. 19 feet in an Easterly diree^ion, running a disUnce 
of 302.07 feet in a Southeriy direction, running a 
distance of 361.64 feet in a Wester^ dire^on md 
running a distance of 200.26 feet in a Southeriy 
direction. Said parcel contains 77.22 acres. KEMPS- 
WniE BOROUGH. 

2. An Ordinance upon Application of R. G. Moore 
Building Corporation for CHANGE OF ZOI^nNG 
DISTRICT OASSIFICATION from R-5 Residential 
District to R-9 Residential Townhouse District on 
certain property located 654.54 feet West of Salem 
Road beginning at a point 1700 feet more or less North 
of Recreation Drive, running a distance <rf 1908.30 feet 
along the Southern property line, running a distance of 
200.26 feet in a Northerly direction, running a distance 
of 361.64 feet in an Easteriy direction, running a 
distance of 302.07 feet in a Northerly direction, running 
a distance of 313.15 feet in an Easteriy diitctkn, 
running a distance of 195.60 feet in a NbrUieasterty 
direction, running a distance of 321.28 feet in an 
Easterly direction, running a distance df 162.44 feet in a 
Soutiiwesterly direction, running a distance of 38.18 
feet in a Southeasterly direction, running a distance oi 
100 feet in an Easterly direction, running a distance of 
96.68 feet in a Southerly direction, running a distance 
of 100 feet in a Southeasteriy direction, running a 
distance of 287.76 feet in a Nortiieasteriy directkn, 
running a distance of 58.13 feet in an Easterly 
direction, running a distance of 15.11 feet in a 
Northerly direction, running a distance of 241. 68 feet 
in an Easterly direction and running a distance of 
626.69 feet in a Southeasterly direction. Said parcel 
contains 20.305 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
Vi. An Ordinance upon AjH)lication of Hermitage 
Townhouse Associates for a CHANGE OF ZONING 
DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION from R.5 Residential 
District to R-9 Residential Townhouse District on 
certain prq)erty located on the East side of Providence 
Road beginning at a pdnt 337 feet more or less South of 
Princess Anne Road, running a distance of 492.70 feet 
along the East side of Providence Road, running a 
distance of 904.16 feet along the Southern property 
line, running a distance of 682.76 feet along the Eastern 
property line and running a distance of 739.77 feet 
along the Northern property Ime. Said parcel contains 
11.949 acres. KEMPSVILLE BC»10UGR 

4. An Ordinance upon AppUcation of Louise R. 
Jemigan for a CHANGE OF ZCMNG DISTRICT 
OASSIFICATION from R-5 Residential District to A-2 
Apartment District on certain property located on the 
West side of Etowney Drive beginning at a point 460 
feet South of Princess Anne Road, running a distance of 
95 feet along the West side of Downey Drive, running 
along the cul-de-sac a distance of 232.40 feet, running a 
distance of 136.84 feet in an Easterly direction, running 
a distance of 273.09 feet along the Eastern property 
line, running a distance of 348.43 feet along the 
Southern property line, running a distance <rf 2%.71 
feet along the Western property line and running a 
distance <rf 123.37 feet in an Easterly direction. Said 
parcel contains 2 acres more or less. KEMPSVOIE 
BOIOUCM. 

O0N[miONAL USE PERMIT: 
KEMPSVnUB BOkOOCm: 

5. An Ordinance upon Api^cation of Ptovicfence 
Presbyterian Church for a <y»fSXTK»i/>iL USE 
PERMTT for a church on certmn property located at the 
Southeast intersection of Providence Road and White- 
hurst landing Road, running a distance (rf412.o5 feet 
along the East side of Whitehurst Landing Road, 
running a distance of 295.20 feet along the North side of 
Old Providence Road, runnii^ a distance of 304.33 feet 
along the Eastern property line and running a distance 
of 392.20 feet along the South side of Providence Road. 
Said parcel contains 3.009 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

CHANGE OF ZONIhK) DISTTUCT OASSIFICATia^: 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

6. An Ordinance upon Application of Aragona-Garda 
Enterprises - Princess Aime Plaza for a CHANGE OF 
ZCW^IING DBTRICT CLASSIFICATION from R-6 Res- 
idential District to R-9 Residential Townhouse District 
on certain property located on the East side of 
McKinley Avenue beginning at a point 130 feet I^forth 



of 28th Street, running a distance (tf 500.03 feet along 
the East side (rfMcKmley Avenue, running a distance 
of 75 feet in an Easterly direction, runnhig a distance ol 
iSO^Cd feet in a Nortiierly direction, running a (UstaiK^e 
of 75 feet in a Westeriy direction, runnkg a distance (rf 
600.03 feet along tiie East side of McKinley Avenue, 
nmntng a distance c^ 238.12 feet in an Easteriy 
direction, running a distance of 140 feet in a Ndrtterly 
direction, running a dbtance of 100.24 feet in an 
Easterly directicm, running a distance of 396 feet in a 
Soutiierly direction, running a distance of 586.88 feet in 
a Soutiieasterly direction, running a distance of 125 feet 
in a Southwesterly direction, running a distance of 105 
feet in a Southeasterly direction, running a distance <^ 
37.2 feet in a Southwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 201.55 feet in a Southerly direction, running 
a distance of 539.80 feet in a Soutiiwesterly direction 
and running a distance of 207.29 feet in a Westerly 
direction. Said parcel ccmtains 14.642 acres. PRINCESS. 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

#. An Ordinance upon implication of Aragona-Garda 
Enterprises - Princess Anne Plaza for a CHANCS OP 
ZONING EaSTOICT OASSIFICATION from O-l Office 
District to B-2 Community-Business District on certaui 
pn)|Mrty located at tiie Southeast con^r of Holland 
Road and Stoneshore Road, running a distance of 
362.13 feet along tiie East side of Hdland Road, 
running a distance of 244.12 feet along tiie Soutiieni 
property line, running a distance (^ 236.22 feet akng 
the Eastern property line and running a distance of 
175.25 feet along the Soutii skie <tf Stoneshore Road. 
Said parcel contains L4 acres. PRINCESS Al^S 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT OASSIFICATION: 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

8. An Ordinance upon Application (^ Wi^jamco 
Development Corporation for a CHANCE (F ZONING 
DISTRICT OASSIFICATia^ from R-5 Residential 
District to O-l Office District on certain property 
located at the Northeast intersection of North Great 
Neck Road and Wdfsnare Road (Relocated), running a 
distance of 250 feet more or less along the East side of 
North Great Neck Road, running a distance of 289.04 
feet along the Northern property line, running a 
distance of 232.69 feet along tiie Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 124 feet more or less along 
the North side of Wolftnare Road (Relocated). Said 
parcel contains 1.102acres. LYNNHAVEN BC«OUGH. 

9. An Ordinance upon Application of Richard C. Davis 
for a CHAhK3E OF ZONIhKJ DISTRICT OASSIFICA- 
TION from R-4 Residential District to B-2 Onununity- 
Business Distria on certain property located on the 
ISforth side of Wdfsnare Road beginning at a point 165 
feet West of First Colonial Road, running a distance of 
75.36 feet along the North side of Wollsnaie Road, 
running a distance of 194.13 feet along tiie Western 
property line, running a distance <rf 65 feet along tiie 
Northern property line, running a distance of 100 feet in 
a Southeriy direction, running a distam^e of 10 feet in an 
Easterly direction and running a distance of 90,78 feet 
in a Soutiierly direction. Said parcel contains .31 ao-e. 
LYNNHAVEN BCHIOUGH. 
CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 
LYNNHAVEN BCHUXX^i: 

10. An Ordinance upon implication ci H. Lambert and 
Shirley A Myers for a OCM>rTK»lAL USE PERMTT 
for a home occupation (mail order. Christian Film reittal 
lilwary) on certain property located on tiie East side of 
Wdfenare Road beginning at a PCXST V4?— .—/ FEET 
North of tiie intersection witii Winwood Drive, ninidng 
a distance <tf 215.87 feet along tiie East ude (tf 
Woi&nare Road, running a distance of WQ feet along 
the Northern property line, running a distance crf215.87 
feet along the Eastern property line and running a 
distance of 200 feet along the Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 1 acre more or less. LYNNHAVEN 
BCmOUGH 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

11. An Ordinance upon implication of Jerry Lee Davis, 
D.B. A Aragona Auto Repair for a CONDTTIONAL USE 
PERMIT for an automotive repair establishment on 
certain property located on tiie South side of North 
Witchduck Road beginning at a pdnt 175 feet West <rf 
Jericho Roadi running a distanc eof 80 feet along the 
South side of Nwth Witchduck Road, running a 
distance of 192.55 feet along the Western property line, 
running a distance of 71.28 feet along the s<Hithem 
property line and running a distance of 201.17 feet 



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tkxm the Eastern property line. Said parcel contains 
.329 aore. BAYSE^ BCmoXH. 
CXSNDmONAL XJSB PERMm 
VmONIA BEACH BCmOUCSl: 

12. An a-duuuK^ upon Application of Cy^a^ss 
Properties, Ltd., T/A Econo Lodge for a (X^CtfT- 
lONAL USE PERMIT for a bicycle rental stand on 
certain property located at the Southwest intersection 
of Cypress Avenue and ^Hh Street, running a distance 
of 105.48 feet along the West side of Cypress Avenue, 
running a distance (tf 123.63 feet alcng the Southern 
property line, running a distance of 105.48 feet along 
the Western property Une and running a distance of 123 
feet along tl^ Northern property line. Said parcel 
ccmtains .29 acre. VIRGINL\ BEACH BOROLKjH. 
AMENI»^mS: 

13. Motion of the Planning Commission of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, Wginia, to amend and reordain Article 

4, Sections 401, 411, and 412 of the Comprehensive 
Zoning Ordinance pertaining to definition of dwelling 
units. More detailed information is available in the 
Department of banning. 

t4. Motion of the Planning commission of the Qty of 
Vu-ginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and reordain Article 

5, Sections 501, 543, 553, 561, 563, 564, 571, 573 and 
581 of the Comprehensive Zoning Qrdmance pertaining 
to (tefinition <^ dwelling units. More detailed informa- 
tion is available in the Department o{ Planning. 

15. Motion (^ the Planning commission of the Gty of 
Virginia Beach, ^^rginia, to amend and reordain Article 

6, Sections 601, 602, 605, 613, 623 and 633, of the 
Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to definit- 
ion of dwelling units. More detailed information is 
available in the Department of Hanning. 

16. Motion of the Planning ommission of the Gty of 
Virginia Beach, Wginia, to amend and reordain Article 
11, Section 1113 of the Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance pertaini^ to definition of dwelling units. 
More detailed information is available in the Depart- 
ment of Pbumii^. 

17. Motion o( the Planning commbsion of the Qty of 
Virginia Beadi to an^nd and reordain Article 5 of the 
Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to set- 
back requiremems in the R-8 Residential District. More 
detailed Infofmation is available in the Department of 
Plannin*^ . 

18. MolTon of the Planning Commission of the Gty c^ 
Virginia Beach to amend and reordain Sectiion 4.4 of 
the Subdivision Ordinance relating to setback require- 
ments. More (tetaikd information is avulable in the 
Department of Planning, 

Plats with more detailed information on the above 

appUcations are avatlabk^ in the Department of 

Planning. 

Ruth Hot^es Smith 

Gty Cleric 

2t7/2 VB 

NOnCE TOTHE PUBLIC OF PRCMPOSED RATE 

INCREASE BY THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC 

TELEPHONE OC^^iWY (H? VIRGINL\ 

Notice is hereby given that on June 2, 1980, The 
Chesapeake and Potomoc Tetephone Company <rf 
Virginia fikd with the State Corporation Commission of 
Virginia an appttcation requesting increases in certain 
of its rates and charges for telephone service. The 
Commission has scheduled a public hearing on the 
application in its courtroom in the Blanton Building, 
Richmond. Virginia, commencing at 10:00 a.m. on 
Thursday, Sc|Hember 4, 1980. 

The Company filed with its applicatiai the testunony 
and exWWts <rfthc witnesses it prc^xjses to offer at the 
hearing in suRJort <rf its aw)licatioh. All material fiksd 
by the Oxnpany may be reviewed in the Gerk's <^ce 
of the Commbsion or art any office <rf the Company 
wl^re MUs may be pud. 

On or before >^u8t 18. \m, aU persons who expect 
to partidi«te at the hearing as a party Protestant mmt 
file aiui serve a Protest in conformity with the 
Commission's Rutes <rf Practice and Procedure, and 
Ukewise shidl flte ten copfes erf aU prepared testunony 
and exhibfts <rfthe witnesses which each such person 
expects to <rf&r at the hearing, and shaU serve a copy 
thereof upon counsel for the Company and forthwitli 
fiirnish a copy to aU other Protestants requesting same. 

Any interested person (public witness) who desires to 
make a statement at the tearing in his own behaii. 



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either for or against the appUcaticm for increased rates, 
but not participate in the hearing as a Protestant, med 
only appear in the Commission's Courtroom at 9:45 
a.m. on Thursday, September 4. 1^0, and canplete a 
Notice of Appearance Farm provided by the Commiss- 
irai. AU public witnesses will be heard as expeditiously , 
as possible, beginning at 10:00 a.m., or shortly 
thereafter, on said date, to order that the Commission 
may accommodate all who wish to be heard, all public 
witnesses are requested to limit oral comments to a 
maximum of seven minutes and to notify the 
Commission in writing prior to hearing date so that 
their appearance can be scheduled. 

All written communications regarding the application 
for increased rates should be addressed to State 
Corporation Commission, Document Control Center, P. 

0. Box 2118, Richmond, Virginia 23216. 
The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone 
Company of Virginia 

4t7/16 VB 

SPECLy-COMMISSIONER'S SAIE 
Black, Let 107, Elizabeth River Shores, \1rginia Beach, 
Virginia. 

Pursuant to and by virtue of a decree of the Grcuit 
Court of the Gty of Virginia Beach, Virginia, made and 
entered on July 9, 1979, in the cause therein pending 
under the style of DePaul Hospital vs. Coy Codte, et 
ab, the undersigned, John J. O'Keefe, HI, and William 
F. Bumside, special commissioners of the said Court, 
will offer for sale at PUBLIC AUCnC»4 to the highest 
bidder, on the courthouse steps of the Grcuit Court of 
the Gty of Vu-ginia Beach, >^ginia, on 

Monday, July 21 , 19^, at 12:00 noon. 
The fdlowing described real estate in the Gty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, located in the 3400 Block of 
Sale Drive, \^rginia Beach, Virginia: 

Lot 107, Plat of Elizabeth River Shores, 
Gty of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
This sale will be subject to the approval and 
confirmation of the Court. 

Terms of Sale: Bidder's Deposit of $500.00«^^^^»h 
Balance within 30 days. ^ 

John J. O'Keefe, m 
William F. Bumside 

1, Phyllis N. Styron, Deputy, Oerk of the Grcuit Court 
of the Qty of Virginia Beach, YagmA, do hereby certify 
that bond with surety approved by me is suffident, and 
in the penalty provided by the aforesaid decree, has 
been given by the said speckd commissioners. 
Gven under my hand this 17th day <rf June, 1^0 
Phyllis N. Styron, 

Deputy Gerk. Circuit Court ci the Gty 

erf >%ginia Beadi. Vu-ginia 

John J. 0'Keefe,in 

P. O. BoK 1545 

Chesapeake, Va. 23320 

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NOTICE OT PUBLIC IffiARING 
The ^inia Beadi Plaiming Commission wiU hold a 
Pttblk Hearing On Ttiesday, July 8. 1980 at 12:00 Noon 
to the Coundl Chambers <rf the Gty Hall Bu&Mng. 
Prtocess Anne Courthouse, ^ginia Beach. Vhrginia. A 
briefing session will be held at 9:30 a.m. in the 
Plarmmg Department Conference Room. Operations 
Building. PLANNING CCWVfMISSKDN ACrK»»l B NOT 
A FINAL MTERMINATTC»^ OF THE APPLICATION. 
BUT ONLY A REOOMlMENDATKMsI TO Tlffi CITY 
CXXJNOL AS TTffi VIEWP(MNT CW THE PIANNINO 
COMMBSK»^. FINAL DETERMWATK»I OF THE 
APHJCATK»I IS TO BE MADE BY CTTY OOUNOL 
AT A lATER DATE. AFTER PUBUC fCTTCE IN A 
hffiWSPAPER HAVING CaSNERAL aRCUlATK^ 
WFTHIN THE OTY. The following api^ications will 
amtear on the agenda: 

INFERRED BY HA^B««) COMMBSIW I^a60 
DAYS W MAY 13, 19«): 

1 . An Ormnance upon Ai^liotfkm of 1. Rolfe QntBm for 
a CHANCB (X^ 2C»€NG DISTlllCr OA^nCA-nC^ 
from R-6 Residential District to R-8 Resi<tentUd I^trict 
on certain ivoperty located 297.83 foet North of 
Providence Road beginning U a pomt 500 foet OKxe or 
less West (rfLord Dmraoie Dkive, runnng a<&tanoe erf 
574.67 feet akng the Eastern ptjperQr ttie, nmmiv a 
distance of 428.48 feet akng tl^ NortlMm iMroperty 
line, running a distam^e (rf525.0!2 feet alo^ the Eastern 
property Une and runnmg a distMce of 409.22 feet 
along the Southern property Une. Said parcel contains 



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5.26 acres. KEMPSVIUE BOROLK3H. 

2. An C^dinan(% upon ^qi^aition of Alfired V. and 
Judy K . Everett for a a^tf«:£ OF ZCMNG DBTRICT 
QASSIFICAT10N from AG-2 Agricultural District to 
R-8 Residential Ustrict on certato property located on 
the North side of (M Dam Neck Road beginning at a 
point 860 feet more or less West erf Dwyer Road, 
running a distance of 227.29 feet along the ^kxth side of 
Old Dam Neck Road, running a distaiKe of 187.07 feet 
to a Northeasterly direction, runnihg a distance of 26 
feet in a Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 
5^.93 feet in a hkxiheasterly directum, runntog a 
distance of 746.53 feet in a Southeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 616.76 feet in a Southwesterly 
direction, running a distance of 200.33 feet in a 
Smitheasterly directicm, running a distance of 740.93 
feet in a Northwesterly direction and running a distance 
of 210.04 feet in a Southwesterly directirai. Said parcel 
contains 14.217 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

3. An Ordinance by Motion of the Planning 
commission of the Gty of Virginia Beach to establish an 
HistCHic and Cultural District cm certain imrcels located 
at the totersection of Oceana Boulevard and Princess 
Mne Road and to classify the area surrcmnding Nimmo 
Qiurch as an historical site deemed desirable for 
preservation. Parcel 1: Beginning on the North side of 
Princess Anne Road at its intersection with Oceana 
Boulevard, running a distance of 350 feet more or less 
along the Western prt^rty line, running a distance o 
of 370 feet more or less along the Eastern property Itoe 
and running a distance of 460 feet more or less along 
the North side of I^incess Anne Road. Said parcel 
contains 1 acre. Parcel 2: Beginning on the West side of 
Oceana Boulevard at its intersection with Princess 
Anne Road running a distance of 500 feet more or less 
along the West side oTOceana Boulevard, running a 
distance of 350 feet more or less along the Northern 
property line and running a distance of 450 feet more or 
less aloi^ the Western property line. Said parcel 
contains 2 acres. Parcel 3: Beginning on the East side of 
Oceana Boulevard at its intersecti(m with Princess 
Anne Road, running a distance erf 700 feet more or less 

"along the East side of Oceana Boulevard, running a 
distance of 200 feet more or less along the Northern 
property line and runnmg a distance of 610 feet more or 
less along the Eastern property line. Said parcel 
contains 2 acres. Parcel 4: Beginning at an iron pin 
579.5' more or less northwest along the south side of 
Princess Anne Road from the dividtog line of the land 
now or formerly Amanda Sparrow and the land now or 
formerly S. R. Mathews; thence S 30 degrees 00' W 
45.54' to an iron pin; theiK% S 30 cfegrees 00* W 
I39m.92 to an iron pin in a poic stump hd^; tl^nce N 
86<fegrees 51' W 238' to an iron pin; then N 35 degrees 
21' W 231.7* to an iron pin in a pine stiunp; thence 
southeasterly along Princess Anne Road 474' more or 
less to the pdnt (rfbeginntog. Plats with more detailed 
information are availabte to the Department ci 
Planning. PRINCESS ANNE M>ROUGH. 
EHBFERRED BY PlANNff^ COMMiSSK^ FOR 30 
DAYS ON JUNE 10. 1980: 

4. Resolution of the Coundl (rf the Gty of Virginia 
Beach to amend and reordain Article 2, of the 
Comprehensive Zoning (Ordinance pertaining to con- 
dominium development in the AG-1 through R-9 
Districts. More detailed information is available in the 
Deimrtment of Planning. 

5. Resduticm of the Omndl erf the Gty of Virginia 
Beach to amend and reordwi Sectkms 4. 5, and 9 erf the 
Subdivision Ordinuiqe of the Gty of Virginia Beadi 
relating to omdominium develqpment. hAcre (fetailed 
toformation is availabte to the Department of Planning. 

6. An ordinance upon Applioitionof S & C Company for 
a COhlDnK>NAL IBE PERMrT for housing for the 
elderiy on certain property k)cated on the East side erf 
MalitMi drive beginning at a point t8834 feet South erf 
Alcott Road, runaii^ a distance (rf 75.34 fic^t along the 
East side of MaM)u Drive, running a dist»oe of 100.45 
feet to an Easterly Erection, runntog a distance erf 
I4l.99feet to a Southerly direction, running a distance 
erf485.82 feet along the Southern property tine, rumui^ 
a distance of 2M feet aloi^ the Eastern property ^, 
running a distance (rf 458.97 feet aloiv Ae Nortfiem 
property Itoe, running a distance erf ^.89 feet in a 
Southerly direction am! running a distance erf 100.45 
feet in a Westerly direction. Said parcel contains 3.^0 
iKTes. LYNhHAVEN KMtOUGH. 

7. An Ordinance upon An^^tion erf Frank R. and 
Robert W. DeMilte for a OCMMTIONAL USE PERMIT 



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for aune disturbing activity on certain property located 
on the East side of Sandfiddler Road beginning at a 
pdnt 100 feet North of Swordfish Lane, running a 
distance of 100 feet along the East side of Sandfiddler 
Road, running a distance of 215.67 feet along the 
^k)rthem prc^rty line, running a distance of 100 feet 
alcmg the Eastern pr(^rty line and running a distance 
of 217.30 feet along the Southern property line. Said 
parcel contains .496 acre. PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 
REGUIAR AGENDA: 
SUBDMSICHsf VARIANCE 

8 . Appeal from Decisions of Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordin- 
ance, Subdivision for Mabel C. Brock. Property located 
850 feet North of Campbell's Landing Road. 2850 feet 
East of Dudley's Road. Plats with more detailed 
information are available in the Department of 
Planning. 

9. Appeal from Decisions of Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivisicm Ordin- 
ance, Subdivision for James M. Adkins, Jr. Property 
located on the East side of Woodstock Road, 948 feet 
North of Providence Road. Plats with more detailed 
information are available in the Department of 
Planning. 

10. Appeal from Etecisions of Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordin- 
ance, Subdivision for Bayshore Development Corpora- 
tion. Property located on the North side of Painters 
Lane at its Eastern extremity. Plats with more detailed 
information are available in the Department of 
Planning. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT dASSIFICATION: 

11. An Ordinance upon Application of ampus East 
Associates for a CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CLASSIFICATION from R-5 Residential District to A-1 
Apartment District on certain property located at the 
Northeast intersectioi of Baker Road and Wesleyan 
Drive (Proposed), running a distance of 123.49 feet 
alcmg the East side of Baker Road, running a distance 
of 450.74 feet along the Northern property line, running 
a distance of 260.44 feet along the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 529.93 feet along the 
Southern property line. Said parcel contains 2.289 
acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

12. An Ordinance upon Applicaticm of Norman E. and 
Barbara A. Scruggs for a CHANGE OF ZONING 
DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION from R-8 Residential 
EHstrict to B-2 COTimunity-Business District cm certain 
property located on the South side of Kempsville Road 
beginning at a point 282.84 feet West of Centerville 
Turnpike, running a distance of 274.59 feet along the 
South side of Kempsville road, running a distance of 
433.55 feet in a Scnitheasterly directicm, running a 
distance of 199.01 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 114.47 feet in a Southeasterly 
direction, running a distance of 229.38 feet along the 
West side of Centerville Turnpike, running a distance 
of 198.27 feet in a Southwesterly direction and running 
a distance of 171.30 feet in a N(nthwesterly direction. 
Said parcel contains 2.39 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

13. An Ordinance upon Application of Geraldine Y. 
Stephens for a CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT 
CL\SSIFICATION from R-6 Residential District to A-2 
i^artment District (mi (^rtain property located on the 
South side of Old Virginia Beach Road beginning at a 
point 450 feet more or less East of North Birdneck 
Road, running a distance of 244.53 feet along the South 
side of Old Virginia Beach Road, running a distance of 
330.14 feet along the Eastern property line, running a 
distance of 179.67 feet along the Southern property line 
and running a distance of 270. 15 feet along the Western 
property line. Said parcel contains 1.36 acres. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

14. An Ordinance upon Application of Geraldine Y. 
Stephens for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for a 
duplex on certain property located on the West side of 
Mediterranean Avenue beginning at a pdnt 50 feet 
south of 13th Street, running a distance of 75 feet along 
the West side of Mediterranean Avenue, running a 
distance of 125 feet along the Southern property line, 
running a distance of 75 feet along the Western 
property line and running a distance of 125 feet along 
the Nbittern property line. Said parcel contains .215 
ao-c. VIRGINL^ BEACH BCmC^GH. 



15. An Ordinance upon Application of J. Henry Hdland 
Corporation for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for the 
erecticm of a covered pipe rack on certain property 
located at the Southeast comer of Thurston Avenue and 
Air Rail Avenue, running a distance of 588.81 feet 
along the South side of Thurston Avenue, running a 
distance of ISO feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 898.32 feet along the Southern 
property line and running a distance of 587.70 feet 
along the East side of Air Rail Avenue. Said parcel 
contains 8.945 acres. BAYSII£ BOROUGH. 

16. An Ordinance upon Application of Commonwealth 
of Virginia, Department of Corrections. for a 
CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT fw a State Community 
Youth Home on certain property located at the 
Southwest comer of Vu-ginia Beach Boulevard and 
Roselynn Lane, mnning a distance of 135 feet along the 
South side of Virginia Beach Boulevard, running a 
distance of 223.93 feet along the Westem property line, 
mnning a distance of 135 feet along the Southern 
property line and running a distance of 223.93 feet 
along the West side of Roselynn Lane. Said parcel 
contains .7 acre. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

17. An Ordinance upon Application of Solar Wash, Inc., 
a Virginia Corporation, for a CONDITIONAL USE 
PERMIT for a car wash on certain property located at 
the Northwest corner of Virginia Beach Boulevard and 
Lavender Lane, running a distance of 125 feet along the 
North side of Virginia Beach Boulevard, nmning a 
distance of 209 feet along the Westem property Une, 
running a distance of 125 feet along the N<xrthera 
property line and nmning a distance of 209 feet along 
the West side of Lavender Lane. Said parcel contains. 
.57 acre. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

18. An Ordinance upon Application of Sandra S. 
Archebelle for a CONDmC»iAL USE PERMIT for a 
home occupation tdraperies) on certain property 
located on the North side of Partridge Drive beginning 
at a point 500 feet more or less East of Sunnyside Drive, 
mnning a distance of 28.94 feet alcHig the North side of 
Partridge Drive, running a distance of 169.76 feet alcng 
the Eastern property line, mnning a distance oi9l feet 
in a Northwesterly directicm, mnning a distance of 
93.50 feet in a Southwesterly direction and running a 
distance of 135.91 feet along the Western property Une. 
Said parcel contains .33 acre. KEMPSVILLE 
B0R0UC5H. 

19. Ah Ordinance upon Application of W. w. Reasor 
Enterprises for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for 
mini-warehouses on certain property located on the 
East side of Lord Dunmore Drive beginning at a point 
737 feet more or less North of Providence Road, 
mnning a distance of 113 feet along the East side of 
Lord Dunmore Drive, running a distance of 1208.82 feet 
along the fforthem property line, mnnmg a distMice of 
131.83 feet in a Southerly direction, running a distance 
of 25 feet in an Easterly direction, mnning a distance of 
89.87 feet in a Southerly directicm, mnning a distance 
of 292 feet in a Westerly direction, running a distance 
of 56.57 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 218 feet in a Westerly direction, running a 
distance of 132.54 feet in a Northwesterly direction and 
mnning a distaiKie of 540 feet in a Westeriy directkn. 
Said parcel ccmtains 4.553 acres. KEMPSVEJJE 
BOROUGH. 

20. An Ordinance upon Application of Ben Frank's, 
Inc., for a OONDmONAL USE PERMIT for an 
automd>ile repair establishment (Installation of T-Tops 
and Sun Roofs) on certain property located on the North 
side of Virginia Beach Bailevard beginning at a point 
296.7 fe«t West of First daiial ' Road, mnning a 
distance of 170 feet along the North side of Virginia 

Beach Boulevard, mnning a distance of 275 feet along 
the Western property line, running a distance of 100 
feet along the NcM-thern property line, mnning a 
distance of 184 feet in a Southeriy directicm, mnning a 
distance of 70 feet in an Easterly direction, and mnning 

a distance of 91 feet in a southeriy direction. Said parcel 
contains .7a acre. LYNNHAVEN BCHIOUGH. 
STREET CLOSURE: 

21. Application of Manford A. Sonstegard f<» ^c 
discontinuance, closure and abandonment of a porUon 
of an unnamed street located 250 feet South of the 
Southeast intersection of Lee Avenue and Sea View 



Avenue, running a distance of 230 feet more or less 
along the Western property line, running a distance of 
38.80 feet in a Southeriy direction, mnning a distance 

of 292.31 feet in a Northeasterly direction and running a 
distance of 31.73 feet along the Northern property line. 
Said parcel contains .18 acre. BAYSIDE BOROUCH. 
AMENI»V!EmS: 

22. Motion of the Planning Commission oi the Oty of 
Virginia Beach, X^rginia, to amend and reordain Article 
I, Section 111 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to borrcyw jHts. More detailed Information is 
available in the De|»rtment ctf Planning. 

23. Motion of the Planning Ccnimisslon of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend aiKi reordain Ar^te 
2 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance pertaining to 

. borrcyw pits. More detailed information is available In 
the Department of Planning. 

24. MoticH) of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and recvdaln Article 

3, Section 301 of the Comprehebslve Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to borrow pits. More detailed information is 
available in the Department of Planning. 

25. Motion of the Planning Commission of the Qty c^ 
Virginia Beach, ^rginia, to amend and reordain Article 

4, Section 401 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to borrow pits. More detailed information is 
available In the Department of Planning. 

26. Motion of the Planning Commission of the Gty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and reordain Artkle 

5, Secticms 501 and 581, of the Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance pertaining to borrow pits. More detailed 
information is availablein the Department of Planning. 

27. Motion of the Planning Commission of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, \^rginia, to amend ami reordain Artide 

6, Secrtion 601 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to borrow {Nts. More detailed infiormatlon Is 
available In the Department c^ Flamiiiig. 

28. Motion oi the Planning Commission of the Gty c^ 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and reordain Article 

7, Section 701 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to borrow {Hts. More detailed Information Is 
available In the Department of Planning. 

29. Motion of the Planning Commission of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and reordain Ar^le 

8, Secticm 801 of the Comprehensive 2^ing Ordinance 
pertaining to borrow pits. Mere detailed information is 
available in the Department of Planning. 

30. Motion of the Planning Commission of the Qty of 
^ginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and reordain ArUcle 

9, Secticm 911 of the Ccmiprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to borrow pits. More detailed informaticm Is 
available in the Department of Planning. 

31. Motion of the Planning ommission of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and recrdain Article 

10, Secticms 1001 and 1011 of the Ccmiprehensive 
Zoning Ordinance pertaining to bcjrrow pits. More 
detailed infcrmation is available in the Department of 
Planning. 

Plats with more detailed information cm the above 
applications are avattable m the Department of 
Banning. 

All interested persons are Invited to attend. 
Rc*ert J. Scott 
Director c^ Planning 
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the Council of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, will be held in the Council 
Chambers of the City Hall Building, Municipal Center, 
Princess Anne Station, Virginia Beach, Virginia, on 
Monday, July 14, 1980, at 2:00 p.m., at which time the 
following application will be heard: 
CONDITONAL USE PERMIT 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH 
1. An Ordinance upon Application of Susan Blum for a 
CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT to operate a bicycle 
rental on certain property located on the Southeast cor- 
ner of Atlantic Avenue aiKi 20th Strwt on property of 
the Greenwood Hotel. Said parcel contains. .17 acre 
more or less. VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 
Ruth Hodges Smith 
City aerk n 
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To all partners and lein- 
hdders^f Wings Enter- 
prises ud^ake notice 
that on the 9th day of 
July, 1980 at 9:30 a.m. or 
as soon there after as 
Council may be heard, the 
undersigned wiU move the 
Circuit Cam of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach pursuant 
to Code, section 8.01-5^, 
for entiy of an order ex- 
tending and nuUdi^ per- 
manent the i^^xxntment 
of a receiver for Wings 
Enterprises IM. as here- 
tofore provi^d in the 
order of the said Court 
Persuant to Code, se^on 
801-592, entertd on June 
9, 1980 in Chancery No. 
C-80-1068 ^^ointing 
such receiver for a period 
(tf 30 days. 

Norman H. Obon, et. al. 
By Council 
J. S. livesay, Jr. p.q. 
P. O. Box 1137 
Pwtsmottth, Va. 23705 
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To all partners and lein- 
hdders df Engineering 
Associates. Take notice 
that on the 9th day of 
July, IMO at 9:30 a.m., or 
as soon there after as 
Coumdl may be hear, the 
undersigned indU UKive the 
Circuit Court of the Oty of 
Virginia Beadi pursuant 
to Code, section 8.01-^3, 
ftx* efitery of an order 
extending and making 
permanent tl^ appd n t- 
mem of a receiver for 
Engineering Asaodates as 
hcretitfsre prowled in the 
order of ^e s^d Court 
Persuaitt to Code, sectko 
801-^^ entered on June 
13, I96D in Ouuicefy No. 
C-80-111 appofartfa^ tu^ 
recover for a period of ^ 

VaaaR Lescoe, 

Receiver et. al. 

ByCoupcU 

J. S. livesay, Jr. p.q. 

P. O. Box 1137 

Portsmouth, Va. 23705 

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.n the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit OMtrt of the 
Oty of Vir^ia Beach, on 
the 25th day of June, 
1^0. 

Donald D. Jones, Jr., 
PUdnttff , against Denise 
Au^n Jmies, Defradant. 
ORDER OF 
PUMJCATION 
The object of thb suit is 
for diesiM pUiMf to f^ 
ta&i a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be km merged 
aiHl ^tefged ii^ • ittve^- 
ce a i^rato nntria^nii 
(ma the urid ilefoadiM, 
upcw the grmindt of 
MMos. And an a^ 
fktavit iMvbig bees MKle 
and fikd tiMt the def^ 
chmt is not a reiMent 0( 
the ^ate of VirgiiAi, m 
last known po^ offloe ad- 
dress befaig hatteras. Nor- 



th Carolina. It is ordered 

that she do appear on or 

before the 14th of August, 

1980, and do what may be 

necessary to protect her 

interest in this suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

R(^)«rt B. Cromwell, Jr. 

Penbroke Cm, Suite S25 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

234^ 

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Inte Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court erf the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
13th day of June, 1^0. 
Randall Kenneth Vester, 
Plaintiff, against Sherry 
Lynn Vester, Defendant. 
CHU^ROP 
PUBUCATIC»4 
The object of this suit 
is for tl^ said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
Broadway, Apt. 11, Hous- 
ton, Texas 77017 it is 
ordered that she do ap- 
pear on or before the 4th 
of August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
grounds of separation for 
more^an on year. And 

an afBdavit having been 
made and filed thitt the 
defendant b not a resi- 
dtni oi the State of Vir- 
ginia, tiie last known post 
office address being 3003 

protect her interest in this 

suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

J. Qfftis Fruit, Clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown. D.C. 

Riclmrd S. itarman 

Plume and Athmtk St. 

Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

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In Uie Qerk's Office of the 
Cbt»ft Court of the Oty of 
Yw^f^ Boidi, oii the 
19th d^(tf June, 1960. 
Ifanothy Lane Potts, 
Flidmiff, agahist Gtoria 
Frances Potts, Defendant. 

OMSEROF 
PUBUCATICW 

The object of this suit is 
for'^lic said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matriuKnii from the said 
defendant, upon the gro- 
unds of separiUion for 
more than one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
ma4fi and filed that tbc 
defendant is not a resi- 
dem of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the test known post 
(^Rot ad(hess being 3902 
Mon^o Street, Apt. 5, 
Qsrpus Ouristi, Te?^ 
78415 it is ordered that 
she doan^ear on^r before 
thellth<rfAui«»t, 1^0, 
lUid (to whM OMiy be 
mcmUffy to iMfotect her 
interest in ttts suit, 

Acoi^Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C 



Richard S. Harman 
Hume and Atlantic Sts. 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 
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In the acrk*s Office of the 
Qrcuit Court of the Oty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
19th day of June. 19W. 
linda S. Garrett, Plaintiff, 
against Michael Genett, 
Defendant. 

ORIHBROF 
PUBUCATI<»I 

Ihe object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtam a divorce a mensa 
et thwo, to be la t e r 
merged into a divorce a 
vintolo matrimonii at the 
expiration of one year's 
separation, from the said 
defendant, upon the gro- 
unds of constructive de- 
sertion. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
2129 East Chesapeake Dr. 
Chesapeake, Vii^inia, 
aiid that due diligence has 
been used by and on be- 
half of the plaintiff to as- 
certain in whitt county or 
corporation the defendant 
is, without effect, ft is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 11th of 
August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect feds interest in this 
suft. 

Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Cferk 
KinAwrly A. Brown, D.C. 
SkuartR. Gordon 
2953VuiinhiBea(^Kvd. 
Virghua Beac^ \^ 23452 
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CinnmoBw^th of Vir- 
ginhi: in Uie Clerk's Of- 
fice of the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginia 
Beadi on the 17th day of 
June, 1980. 

City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, A Municipal 
Corporation 
vs. 

C. M. Armes, c/o S. M. 

Norman, Jr., American 

National Bank Building, 

Roanoke, Virginia, his 

consmt, ifany,etc. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

PURSUANT TO 

SECTION 8.01-602 OF 

THEa)DEOF 

VIRGINIA 19^ AS 

AMENDED 
Take notice that 
IHtrusmt to an ordtH* of 
tlus Court entered on June 
7, 1974, a sum of n^ney 
was (^iKisked witii the 
Oerk of thte CcMtft f (^^ the 
beiefit of this ciMe, to be 
held until daim^ by 
anyone wIk) could 
estiArfish a nM cattm to 
same. The sum now on 



deposit is $2218.24, and 
has, been deposited in a 
local banking institution 
in the name of the above 
mentioned Chancery mat- 
ter. 

Take further notice that 
all persons who have a 
claim to said funds should 
appear on or before the 
11th day of July, 1980, 
and make known their 
claim. 

If no claim be made by 
said date the funds on 
deposit in this matter will 
be paid to the State 
Treasurer, pursuant to 
Section 8.01-603 of the 
Code of Virginia, 1950 as 
amended. 
Attest: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Raymond W. Bjorkman, 
Chief Deputy Clerk 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Circuit Court 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23456 
2t7/2 VB 

b the Oerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Gty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
13th day of June, 1980. 
Norma Lee Belton, Plain- 
tiff, against William Bel- 
ton, Defendant. 

GKIX.RGF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce \ Mensa 
et Thoro to be later merg- 
ed into a divorce A Vin- 
culo Madrimonii upon the 
exiriration of one year's 
separation from the said 
defoliant, upon the 
grounds of desertion on 
the part Gt the defendant. 
And an affichivit having 
been macfe and filed that 
the (fefendant is not a 
resident of tJie State of 
Vir^niii, the last known 
post office acklress being 
1422 Dove Drive, Gar- 
land, Texas 75040 h i? 
ordered thirt he do appear 
on or before the 4th of 
August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Stuart R. Gordon 
2953 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 
4t7/& VB 

In Uie Clerk's O^ice of 
the Circuit Court of the 
Oty of yir^nia Beach, on 
the I3tfi day of June, 
1980. 

li^Utfy E. Pria, Plaintiff, 
attest Albert V. Price, 
Def<»ichmt. 

ORI^ROF 
PUM4CATK>N 
Theob|«l ctf thk sirit is 
for^sMp^fftotib- 
Mi a dNMce a vinculo 
lUtttaMmii fhNn the said 
defendant, u|N>n the 



grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 213 Challedon 
Street, Summerville, 
South Carolina 29483 it is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 4th of 
August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimbo'ly A. Brown, D.C. 
William F.Bumside 
P. O. Box 1062 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23451 
4t7/16VB 

COMMONWEALTH OF 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 

Office of the Circuit 

Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach on the 17th 

dayof June, 1980. 

In the Matter of the Estate 

of Hettie Eley Jarvis H. 

James Dixon, Heir 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

PURSUANT TO 

SECTION 8.01-602 OF 

THE CODE OF 

VIRGINIA 1950 

AS AMENDED 

Take notice that, a sum 

of money was deposited 

with the Clerk of this 

Court for the benefit of 

H. James Dixon, to be 

held until claimed by 

anyone who could 

establish a valid claim to 

same. The sum now on 

depoat is $1931.48. and 

has bm (feposited in a 

local banking institution 

in the name of the above 

mentioned Fiduciary nmt- 

ter. 

Take further iK>tice that 
all persons who have a 
chum to siUd funds should 
appear on or before the 
11th day of July, 1^0, 
and make known their 
claim. 

If no claim be macfe by 
said date the funds on 
deposit in this matter will 
be paid to the State 
Treasurer, pursuant to 
Section 8.01-603 of the 
Code of Virginia, 1950 as 
amended. 
ATTEST: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Raymoi^ W. Qjorkman, 
Chief D^utyOerk 
J.Curt^Fruit.aerk 
Circwt Court 
Vi^^nto Beach, Va. 
23456 
2t^2VB 

CommoHweahh o^ Vir- 

glnk: 

In the q^k's OffMx of 

the Cirattt Court of the 

the 17th day of June, 

]9eo. 

Oty of \1i^nla Boich, 



Virginia A Municipal 
Corporation 
vs. 

Simon WigginsJ addresf 
completely unknown and 
unavailable, and this 
defendant's consort, if 
any there be, whose name 
is also unknown, etc. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
PURSUANT TO 
SECTION 8.01-602 OF 
THE CODE OF 
VIRGINIA 1950 
AS AMENDED 
Take notice that 
purusant to an order of 
this Court entered on June 
7, 1974, a sum of money 
was deposited with the 
Clerk of this Court for the 
benefit of this cause, to 
be held until claimed by 
anyone who could 
establish a valid claim to 
same. The sum now on 
deposit is $3621.45, and 
has been deposited in a 
local banking institution 
in the name of the above 
mentioned Chancery mat- 
ter. 

Take further notice that 
all persons who have a 
claim to said funds should 
appear on or before the 
11th day of July, 1980, 
and make known their 
claim. 

If no claim be made by 
said date the funds ond 
depmit in this matter will 
be paid to the State 
Treasurer, pursuant to 
Section 8.01-603 of the 
Code of Virginia, 1950 as 
amem^. 
ATTEST: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Raymond W. Bjorkman 
Chief Deputy Clerk 
J.Our|isFruit.acrk 
Circuit Court 
Vir^ia Beach, Virginia 
23456 
2t7/2VB 

Commonwealth of Vir- 
ginia: In the Clerk's Of- 
fice of the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginia 
Beach on the 17lh day of 
June, 1980. 

City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, A Municipal 
Corporation 
vs. 

Alfred Downs, Preston 
Downs and Lena Downs, 
address completely 
unknown and unavailable, 
and their consorts, if any 
there be, whc»e names are 
also unknown, etc. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATK>N 
PURSUANT TO 
SECTION 8.01-602 OF 
THECOI^OF 
- VIRGINrAl9^AS 
AMENI^D 
Take notice that pur- 
usant to ah ord^ of tlus 
Court tntered on Jamiary 
K), 1975, a sum of money^ 

Clerk of iha Conn Idir the 
benefit of this oiu^, to be 
held until claim^ by 



20 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, July 2, 1980 



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fit 



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anyone who could 
establish a valid claim to 
same. The sum now' on 
deposit is $590.29, and has 
been deposited in a local 
banking institution in the 
name of the above men- 
tioned Chancery matter. 

Take further notice that 
all persons who have a 
claim to said funds should 
appear on or before the 
llth day of July, I980» 
and make known their 
claim. 

If no claim be made by 
said date the funds on 
deposit in this matter will 
be paid to the State 
Treasurer, pursuant to 
Section 8.01-603 of the 
Code of Virginia, 1950 as 
amended. 
AUest: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Raymond W. Bjorkman, 
Chief Deputy Clerk 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Circuit Court 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23456 
2t7/2 Vfl 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 4th day of June, 1%0. 
Rupert L. Frtzicr, Plain- 
tiff, against Marion 
Evelyn Miller Frazier, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of Desertion- 
May 24, 1979. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being Post Office 
Box 846, Nags Head, Nor- 
th Carolina 27959 it is or- 
dered that she do a(^}ear 

on or before the 23rd of 

July, 1980, and do what 

may be- necessary to 

protect her interest in this 

suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 

Jeanette S. Jones, D.C. 

Glenn B. McClanan 

425 South Witchduck 

Road 

Va. Beach, Va. 23462 

4t7/2VB 



VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach 
Monica D. Bond, Guar- 
dian of the Peiapn and 
Estate of Kevin W. Bond, 
an Infant, Petitioner, 
vs. 

John V. Fentress, Kevin B. 
Bond, et al. Defendants. 

NOTICE 
To the creditors or per- 
sons who would be the 
heirs of Kevin B. bond if 
heweredeceased.- 

TAKE NOTICE that on 
^ 5th day of August, 



1980, at 9:30 a.m. or as 
soon thereafter as counsel 
may be hyfrd, the under- 
signed /^&41 move the 
above named Court, at its 
Courthouse in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
for an Order transferring 
the funds of the infant 
defendant. Kevin B. 
Bond, now in the hands of 
the General Receiver, 
John V. Fentress, defen- 
dant to the Petition 
herein. Any person with 
an interest herein shall 
have until the 30th day of 
July. 1980, to file his an- 
swer to said Petition and 
shall appear on the date 
first hereinabove set forth 
to protect such interest. 
Monica D. Bond 
Thomas H. Cave, p.q. 
2224 N. Great Neck Road, 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t7/9 VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 10th 
Day of June, 1980 
In the Matter of: 
Ke>dn B. Bond, an infant 
Monica D. Bond, Guar- 
dian of the Person and 
Estate of Kevin B. Bond, 
an Infant, Petitioner, 
vs. 



John V. Fentress, General 
Receiver, Kevin B. Bond, 
et al. Defendants. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
This matter came on for 
hearing this date upon 
Petition heretofore filed, 
upon Affidavit of 
Petitioner, by counsel, 
and upon Application for 
an Order of Publication 
herein; and for good cause 
shown, it is hereby 
ADJUDGED. OR- 
DERED AND DECREED 
that the Notice of ap- 
plication of transfer at- 
tached hereto shall be 
published once a week for 
four successive weeks in a 
newspaper published in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and any 
person with an interest 
herein shall have until* the 
30th day of July, 1980, to 
fil his answer herein. 

Enter this 10th day of 
June, 1^). 

/s/ H. L. Lam, Judge 

A copy Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 

Phillis N. Styrod 

I ask for this: 

Thomas H. Cave 

4t7/9VB 

In the Oerk's OffKx of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Vir^nia Beach, on 
the 6th day of June, 1980. 
Peggy Figueroa, Plaintiff, 
against Bernard Figueroa. 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
for the sakl plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce A Vin- 
culo Matrimonii from the 



said defendant, upon the 
grounds of Cruelty and 
desertion. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 21 West Or- 
chard Street, Apartment 
3, Summerville, New Jer- 
sey. It is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
25th of July, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Jeanette S. Jone, D.C. 
Halbert T. Dail 
Citizens Trust Building 
6330 Newtown Road 
Norfolk, Va. 23502 
4t7/2VB 

In the Qerk's Office of the 
Orcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
llth day of June, 1980. 
Evelyn Laveme Jones, 
Plaintiff, against Fred 
Jones, Jr., Defendant. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Theobject erf this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
Defendant, upon t h e 
grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without interuption 
for a period in excess of 
one year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
NAF Sigonclla, ADP Box 
83, FPO New York, New 
York 09523 it is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 3 1st of July, 
1980, imd do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Stuart R. Gordon 
-2953 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t7/9 VB 

In the Qerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court crfthc Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
1 1th day of June, 1980. 
Antonio Manazan Aquino. 
Plaintiff, against Socorro 
L Aquino. Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said PiMntiff to 
olHain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from tik said 
defemlent, upon the 
grounds of the parties 
having lived sej^rate and 
apart without cohabitation 
and without interrui^ion 
for a period in excess of 

one year. And an affidavit 
havii^ been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the Sute 



of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
1813th Street, East Tap- 
inac, CMongapo City, 
Philippines 2201 it is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 31st of 
July, 1^0, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

Stuart R. Gotdm 

2953 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

23452 

4t7/9 VB 

In the Oerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia B«u:h, on 
the5thdayof June. 1980. 
Chester Lee Rouse, Plain- 
tiff, against Delores 
Maxine HeckstaU Rouse, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The obie(^ of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the sidd 
defendant, ufioa tWt" 
grounds of Desertion. 
And an affida^ ha^ 
beoi made and GM &m 
the defendant k not a 
residoit of the SMe of 
Virginia, the la^ known 
post office address bdng 
P. O, Boxll.MerryHiU, 
North Carolina it is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 25th of 
July, 1^0. and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: J. Curtis 
Fruit, Clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
W. Edward Hudgins, Jr. 
1369LaskinRd. 
Virginia Bei^, Va. 
4t7/2 VB 



William M. Macali 
3707 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Byler Building Suite 101 
Va. Beach, Va. 23452 

4t7/2 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 24th day of June, 
1^0. 

Claire Roth, Plaintiff, 
against Robert J. Roth, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from tte said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without 

cohabitation and without 
interruption for a period 
in excess of one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last post office address 
being ODCSI HDG 
USAREUR, Box 406, 
APO New York, New 
York 0W03. It is oidwed 
thu he do appear on or 
before the 13th of August, 
19^, and do what may be 
nccewary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberiy A. Brown, D.C. 
Berg and Gordon 
2953 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 
4t7/23 VB 



In the Ckrk's Office ojf 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Vir^iM, on the 
6thdayof June, 1980. 
Barbara T. Burkley, 
Plaintiff, against Robert 
P. Burkley, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the ^h day of June, 
1^0. 

Grace Lambe Michels, 
Plaintiff, against Jeffrey 
Wood Michels, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the sakl plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of 1 year 
separation pursuant to 
Section 20-91 (9) of the 
Code of Virginia, to be 
published for four (4) suc- 
cessive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun. And 
an affidavit having been 
mmk and filed that the 



separation. And an af- — - 

fidavit having been made defendant is not a residoit 

and filed that the defen- of the State of Virgmia, 

dant is not a resklent of ^^ last known post office 

the Bute of Vir^ia, the »Mr^ beit^ Minot Air 

last known post offke ad- Por<» Base, Minot, North 

dress being U.S.S. Julius Oakota. It is ordered that 

A. Purer, FPG 6, FPO he do aw>«u- on or before 

New York, New York the llth of August, 19S0, 

O9501.1tisord«edthathe and do what may be 
do appear on or befwe the 

25th of July, 1^0, ami do nece*^ «o P^o^^ his in- 

what may be necessary to 



Suite 200 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

4t7/23 VB 

In the Clerk's Offia of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia B^urfi on 
the 26th day of June, 
1^0. 

Holly Ann Huffman 
Traylor-Wilson, Plaintiff, 
against David Maxwell 
Traylor-Wilson, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later mer^; 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 
desertion since November 
15, 1979. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being c/o Thomas Wilson, 
"St. Denny's SMtlon**, 
New Milton, Haut's 
England. It is ordered that 
he do appear on or befi^e^ 
the 15th of August, 1910, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fniit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
W. Ldgh Ansell 
4336 Virginia Beiu:h Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t7/23 VB 



protect his interest in this 

sirit. 

A «^y-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 
Jeanette S. Jone, D.C. 



terest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

J. Curtis VmiU Clerk. 

Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
Mr. Bruce Sanders, Atty. 
4460 Holland Road, 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 26th day of June, 
1980. 

Oarice E. Smith, Plain- 
tiff, a^nst Lorenzo L. 
Smith, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce vinculo 
martimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant that plaintiff has 
used due diligence to acer- 
tain the defendant's 
resident, without effect, 
or the said defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office addr^s 
being 2017 Azalea 
Avenue, Portsmouth, 
Virginia. It is ordered that 
he do appear on or befon 
the 15th of Ai^ust, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 

J. Curtis Fnut,Clak 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
AlanS. Mirman . 
P.O.BOX3463 
Ncvfolk, Virginia 23514 
^7/23 VB 



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tPCBBCGJC^ GJE^CO BLfle^DlJIJEC (M^ 



2-sptu.ii N^ 



nXD ONE ADULT for $7.06 

weekly. Indudei <»• pound meat 

daily, choice of eifht freth 

v^^bles. and ^lu. Kfce 

detaili write. P. O. Box 63 (D) 

Fraiikliii.Va.23iSI. 

2 2tJ/2 

CtnrOM MA0E COUNTRY 

curtains~can482-149S. 

2 4t7.9 



ill >■ tor ^:iU 



MSMOEDEB BENZ-1966 Mer- 
c«les IMi. New paint, interior 
exceUent, $1200. 
6 4t7/23 

VOLISWAGENSuper Beetle- 
1971, excdlent running con- 
dition. bnuKl new tires, new 
win^hi^. new paint job, idll 
befaiipet^. $1100. 623-9973. or 
481-2471. 
6 4t7/23 

DODGE OMNI— 1978. 20.000 
mila, like new, price open, can 
be seal 3487 VMan Sinet, Nor- 
folk. 835-0643. 
6 4t7/23 

VOLVO - 19H WAGON 245 

DL. 4 Cylinder, avera^ 26 mpg, 
fully equipped with overdrive. 
54,000 miles, excellent condition. 
$4600. Must teU. 855-2418 • 461- 
2026. 

6 ; 4t7-9 

DODGE DAltT • 1975 Burgundy 
Special Edition. Burgundy 
velour interior, 318 oigine, air 
conditioning, $700 invested. 
38.000 miles. $2,600. 588-1916. 
6 4t7.2 

FORD - 19^ LTD, tally equip- 
ped, $4,000. Call 587-2776. 
6 4t7-9 

UNiCOLN - 1970 MARK ID, in- 
terior exceUent condition, new 
brakes, body ne«b a little work; 
best offer. 428-8571, ask for 
Mike. 
6 4t7-9 

CATALINA • 1971. runs weU, 

new sUrter and battery. Recent 

tiine up, number 1 1 sticker, good 

body conditimi and tires. $450. 

428-8166. 

6 4t7-9 

MEROSES BENE • 4S0 W, 
1975 Oreoi, «ccdlait a}ndition. 
AlnuMt new tires. Fully equip- 
ped. $1 1,000. 464-4080. 
6 4t7-9 

f iREBIRD • 1978 FORMULA. 

305 V-8. tall power, air, stereo, 
positive tracticMi, many extras. 
$5,500 or best offer. 488-4517, 
Monday-Friday, 9-9. 
6 4t7-9 

FORD GRANADA • 1978 ESS. 
4 door, 6 cylinder, air, stovo, 
buckets, sport steering whed, 
plush carp^. Call da^ 855-5625, 
nights 425-8866. weekdays. 
6 4t7-9 

MONTE CARLO - 1978 Lan- 
dau. 27 mpg V-6, air con- 
ditioning, cruise control, tilt 
steering wh^l. MA/FM stereo. 8 
tnKk, vinyl tap • mats. $3850. 
CaU Randy Walker. 622-0700. 
6 4t7^ 

OPEL KADETT— 1970, 4 cylin- 
der, automatic, aew interior, 
runs OREATf 25 mpg plus 
regular ^s. $895. call 853-2700, 
or 587-6683 after 8 p.m. 
6 4t7/23 

BUICK— 1963, Riviera. Good 
condition, best offer, 428-0339. 
6 4t7/23 



lulrs liir Sail 



VEGA - 1914, WAGON 
automatic transmission, good 
«niieag«/l ownar. $500 or best 
offer. 486-1613. 
• 4t7-9 




LINCdLN-1973 Continental, 
otccUcnt condition, $350 and 
take over paymcnu of $78/mon- 
th, 19 months. 488-8031. 

? 4t7/23 

FOR SALE- 1968 Camaro. 
completely restored. 1970 
CamarO) needs work. 1979 Pon- 
tiac Bonnevilk, excellent con- 
diUon. CaU Oraz 422-1511. 

6 4t7/23 

UNCOLN MARK ni-1971. 
Classic, show car, custom built, 
24 karat gold paint, custom con- 
vertible top custom velour in- 
terior, much, much more. $9500. 
464-5774. 
6 \ 4t7/23 

CAMARO— 1968, Evergreen, 6 
cylinder, 3 speed, AM/FM 
stereo, air conditioning, $4,300. 
625-5852.499-9026. 

6 2t7/9 

BUICK WILDCAT-1965, good 

mechanical condition, $200, 583- 

0758. 

6 2t7/9 

CHEVROLEr-1979 Chevette. 
2 door, AM/FM stereo, excellent 
condition, 4 speed, 30/40 miles 
per gaUon, $3900. 34^6387. 

6 4t7/23 

DODGE CORONET-1970. 318 

cubic inches, 4 door, body fair 
condition, good o^ne, air (»n- 
ditioning, power steering and 
power brakes. $395. 468-2589. 

6 4t7/23 

CORVETTE— 1976 T-top, ex- 
ceUent condition, fuUy power L- 
48, 4 speed, AM/FM radio. 
40,000 miles, new tires, tan ex- 
terior, buckskin leather seats, 
$7,000,481-5359. 
6 4t7/23 

OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS 

Supreme - 1973, small V-8, 
regular gas. Automatic steering, 
brakes, and air. Vinyl top. runs 
OREATf $895, call 853-2700 or 
587-6683 after 8 p.m. 
6 4t7/23 

TOYOTA • 1979 CEUCA GT 

Uftback, exceUent rondition, air, 

sun roof, AM/FM cassette. Must 

sdl for medical reasons, $6,000. 

Days, 625-6591. nights, 423- 

5373. 

6 4t7-16 



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CHEVY VAN— 1978, silver, 
custom interior, map, h«Klers. 
V.8, automatic, $3795. CaU 399- 
4068 days, and 397-7482 nights. 
7 4t7/23 

FORD— 1975, Super Cab, air, 
power steering and brakes, fully 
equipped, $2000, call 627-8051 
betweoi 9 and 5. after 5 caU 461- 

7922. 

7 4t7/23 

DC»GECimOMIZED VAN • 

19n. Black metaUic paint. 5 
mags, custom interior, very 
dean, must seU. $3950 or best of- 
fer. OU Mike 547-5820. 
7 4t7/23 

FORD VAN - 1977, tan 150 
EojnoUne, partially customi^. 
AM/FM stereo, 8-track. CB 
radio. $3500. 857-1582. 
7 4t7-16 



FORD mONCO - 1980, Uke 

new, 1^ AM/FM sterM. fuU 
powar, 4 wheel drivt, $12,000 or 
reafonaUe oflSer. 461-8046. Ask 
fOT Bob or leave message. 
1 4t7/16. 

COEmoiXT VAN - 197S, Just 
pasted Inspection, good con- 
cHtion, AM/FM stereo. 8-track. 
3-spced. carpet, bed. mag 
wheels, and side pipes. $2500. 
CaU 497-4465. 
7_ 4t7-16 

DATSUN - 1979 King Cab. 5- 
speed, air conditioning, AM/FM 
stereo, regular gas. $5,500. 468- 
2395. 

1 4t7-16 

INTERNATIONAL SCOUT - 

Pick-up truck, 1973, 4-wheel 
drive, 6 cylinder, 3-speed, new 
wagon wheels, $1750. 497-6985. 

2 4t7-16 

DODGE POWER WAGON - 
1979, 4-wheeTdrive, low mileage, 
radial tires, wagon wheels, run- 
ning Boards. AM/FM radio. 
$5995. 855-4468. 
7 ^ 4t7-16 



'^\l(»l<jrivilcN-Si(M>U'rs 



1972 HONDA 350 cc. In ex- 

cdlent condition. Street bike. 

$450. Firm. Call 547-7653. 

9 4t7-9 

HARLEY DAVIDSON - 1952 

Pui head chopper 1200, lots of 
chrome, king, queen seat, 
beautiful paint and condition. 
$3,000 or wiU trade for vehicle 
and cash. 421-2202. 
9 4t7-9 

HONDA-1978 Hawk, mag 
wheels, low mileage, super nice, 
garai^ ktpt, $900. 
9 4t7/23 

HONDA: 1971. 175 cc. In very 

good condition. Street bike. WiU 

seU for $400 or negotiate. CaU 

547-7653. 

9 4t7-9 



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BUGEYE - 1973. 4 cyUnder 
Perkins diesel, sleeps 5, end(»ed 
head, fuU gaUey. Days 489 7600. 
nights 340-3477. 
n 4t7-2 

TROJAN - 1973 30 foot, 

fiberglass, fiybridge, twin 225 

engines, air conditioiwd, fully 

equipped, like new, $19,900. 

484-7695. 

11 4t7-16 

GLASSTRON-1979. CVX20, 
460 Jet, trailer, gari^e kept. 
Priced for quick sale. 547-0310. 

11 4t7/23 

BOAT REPAIR-Free 

estimates, plousure boat repair 
and alterations, fiberglass or 
wood, stora^ wid fish boxes 
built and/or altered. 20 y«u's ex- 
perience. 421-3628. 
II 4t7/23 

BAYUNER • 1977 SKAGIT. 
22 V4' long, long trailer with 
power winch, 76 hours 305 
Chevrdet inb(»rd with Vdvo 
mit drive, full instrument iMnel, 
rod holders and swim platform. 
Call 340-8146. 
n '_^ 4t7-16 

SKIPJACK - 1978. Perkins M60 
marine engine, daysatler with 
smaU cutty cabin, white (%dar 
over oak. call daytime 489-7600, 
nights 340-3477. 
n 4t7-2 



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CARAVELLE - 1979. 20* in- 
board/outboard, fuUy equipped, 
WiU sdl $11,000 or wiU trade for 
comparable reaction vehicle. 
Owner wiU finance ^,000 if have 
$5,000 equity in home. 467-5838. 
" 4t7-16 

STAR CRAFT-14 feet, deep V, 
55 horsepower Evinructe, Coast 
Guard equipped, includes trailer, 
$1995, 4244734, DMV 0524. 
IJ 4t7/2 

LAR80N-16' Tri-Hull, 125 
horsqMwer Evinrude, many ex- 
tras, $2,200. 853-2812. 
11 4t7/2 



l^-HH(j Warned 



PART-TIME SPEAKER, 

Teaching, public relations or 
similar background. Leading 
serviM comiMny requires attrac- 
^^Ssi^i^articulate person for local 
""piibjlc speaking assignments 
before women's groups. Ex- 
tremely interesting work. 
Prepared material furnished. 
One evening per wMk. Send in- 
formation on your background 
to: Personnel Director. Rt. 5, 
Box 169F Lexington, Va. 24450. 

13 ItT^ 

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT 
Consultant to coordinate and 
conduct Seminar for Physidans 
in all aspects of medical practice 
management, as well as head 
consultant for our company con- 
cerning all aspects of operations 
effidency and management. In 
addition, successful candidate 
wiU conduct efficiency studies on 
the company's operations and 
wiU make recommendations as to 
streamlining company's 
operations. Requires B.A. degree 
in Business Administration and 
2 years of related experi«Mx. 40 
hours per week. $2,000 per mon- 
th. Contact any local office of 
Virginia Employment Com- 
mission. Employer is an Equal 
Opportunity Employer. 
13 lt7/2 

HOMEWORKERS NEEDED! 

Earn $500 plus a month mailing 

advertisements. Send stamped 

self-addressed envelope to 

Village Publications. Box V. 104 

Holly Ct., Charlottesville, Va. 

22901. 

13 4t7-9 



15-HuNini'ss ()pp»>rUmit> 



TRACTOR DEALERSHIP 

available in the Chesapeake area. 
You can seU with pri^ way 
below competition our dealers 
are sdling. Others are priced out 
of the market. 25 H.P. thru 300 
H.P. full 1 year floor plan. 800- 
492-4213. 
15 U7/2 

HAVE A HIGHLY profitable 
and beautiful Jam Shop of your 
own. Featuring the latnt in 
j«ms, Denims and Sportswnr. 
$16,500.00 inchides beginning 
inventory, fixture and training. 
You may have ^ur store (^)en in 
as little as 15 days. CaU any time 
for John -302-K7-4724. 
13 4t7-16 



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ACT NOW— 1st and 2nd mor- 

^lages, commn-cial loans, debt 

consolidation, credit no 

problem. Call Beach Finance, 

428-3654. 

18 4t7/23 



CALL TODAYI 1st or 2nd mor- 
tgages. Debt consolidation, 
Nmie im^ovemcnts. budn^ 
loans, etc. Credit no proUem. 
quick service, NO BROKER 
FEES. General Credit C<Mp. 857- 
6367, or 427-1563. 
18 417/23 



I'MfislriKlion ( lasst's 



FUGHT LESSONS - Lcani to 

fly an aircraft at Chesapeake 
Municipal Airport. We have 
Cessna 150. 172, 205. Turbo 210; 
Piper Arrow, Commanche; 
Grumman TR-2. Call today 421- 
7I6I. 

'^ ^tCBDl 

RACQUETBALL-FREE 

lessons for beginners at the ACE 
OF CLUBS at Greenbrier. Please 
caU (804) 424-7644. 
19 8t7-9 



2I-I*ri\alc Inslruction 



GUITAR LESSONS - Summer 

classes now starting. Specializing 

in notes and chords. Call 482- 

2233. 

21 4t7-16 

PRIVATE ART LESSONS- ages 
6-teens, certified art teacher. II- 
12:15 and 3:30-4:45. CaU for 
more information. 463-2547. 

4t7/2 



22-l)OKH-C ats, and Pels 



COCKATIELS-AlbhH), hand- 
fed, $100. Normal cockatids, 7 
months, $35. 499-6372. 
22 4t7/23 

DALMATIONS— AKC regis- 
tered puppies, 2 males, 2 
females, worm free, all shots. 
$135,468-2685. 

22 4t7/23 

GERMAN SHEPHERD Pup- 
pies— AKC registered, black and 
tan, all shots and wormed, 2 
males, 2 females. Bred for tem- 
perament, large boned pups. 
488-7617. 
22 4t7/23 

GOFFIN COCKATOO-Male. 

2^ years okl, very tame, aU 
white, 9 inches tall, extremely 
clean and healthy, conm with 
cage. 485-3780. 

n 4t7/23 

3 IX^T and abandonned cats - 
Need loving homes. 5 month 
black female, 1 year Morris look- 
alike, 2 y«u- silver grey. AU 
shots, spayed, and neutered. 
Free - 460-5941 , or 460-5776. 
22 4t7/23 

WANTED GOOD HOME for 

medium sized, 2Vi year old 
mixed breed d(^. Stays outside 
in fenced yard, also house 
borken. CaU 497-801 7. 
22 4t7/23 

GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS- 

AKC roistered, and pure br^ 
puppia, large type, thick coated. 
easy inyments. $75-$ 1 50. High 
quality shepherds. 420-1814. 
22 4t7-16 

HIMALAYAN Afm PERSIAN 

kittens - CFA r^isterni, all 
shots, wormed, health and tem- 
perament guarantee, most 
colors, terms available. 428- 
7704, 583-8335. 
22 4t7-16 

KEESHOUND - FEMALE AKC 

registered, II months old. $100 

firm. Call after 6. 467-0658. 

22 4t 7-2 



22-l>o^s-( ats. and Pel 



KEESHOUND - FEMALE. 

AKC registered, 1 1 numths old, 
$100 finA. Call after 6. 467-0658. 
22 4t7-2 

OLD ENGLBH «IE17D06 - 

Purebred Mud, 1 year old, ^vtt 
and white. $175 firm. 487-6814. 
22 4t7-2 

OLD ENGLKH SHEEPDOG • 

Purebred stud, 1 year old, silver 
and white. $175 firm. 487-6814. 
22 4t 7-2 



23-Pet Services 



FULL BOARD — $75, pasture, 

ring, instruction and training 

available. Access to trails, quiet 

location, large stalls, eirctridty. 

Whispering Pines Ranch. 488- 

4817. 

23 4t7-16 



24-H<irscs( aiflt' ect. 



SPIRITED MARE-5 years old, 
excellent condition, negative 
coggins, experienced rider. 15.1 
hands. 4-H project horse. $1,000 
negotiable. 427-2W3. i 

24 4t7/23 



25-Arlicles tor Sale 



AIR CONDITIONING UNIT - 

Central 3 ton compressor con- 
denser. Used 2 months. 
Evaporater and 1(^,000 BTU GE 
electric furnace; will sell unit 
separately. 467-4961. 
25 4t7-16 

AIR CONDITIONER - LIKE 

new, window unit, 8000 BTU, 

$200,425-9307. 

25 4t7-2 

CERWIN VEGA CABINET— 

with Cwo 15" speakers, excellent 
condition. $273 negotiable. Call 
423-4699. 

25 4t7/2 

ASSORTED FENWICK RODS, 

rod holders, custom tighting 
chair, 5.000 lb. Power Winch, 
15* Perko outriggers and moun- 
ts, depth finder, etc. 397-2928. 
25 4n72 

WEDDING GOWN - WITH 

LONG TRAIN AND SUN 
HAT. Perfect for Spring or 
summer. Size 13-14, paid $350 
will sell for $90. Call 488-7590. 
25 4t 7-16 

FOR SALE • QUAIL raising 
equipment. Have large in- 
cubator, 2 large brooders and 
quail battery breeding pens. All 
in good condition. Extras in- 
cluded. Sale items separate or all 
for bargain price of $500. Must 
sell Call 547-2205 after 5:30 p.m. 

4t7.I6 



2(»- Antique 



FURNITURE AND AN- 
TIQUES • Bric-a-brac, 
depression glass, jewdry, lami», 
pictures, carved chairs, hand 
carved mask, and antique truck, 
1952 Ford. CaU 547-0343. 
26 4t7-16 

SPINNING WHEEL AN- 
TIQUES- We don't have any 
s|Mnning wheels, but we have a 
nice selection of antiques, some 
flra market items - something for 
everycme. 2912 South Military 
Highway. 485-1576. 
26 4t7-9 



22 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, July 2, 1980 



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35- hi v\ 11 HB,| Cardfii 



ELECTRIC STOVE - DBLE. 

oven, clock, florescent light 
across top. Westinghousc. 
$35.00 or make offer. Call 482- 
1768 after 5 anytime on weeken- 
ds. 

21 TF 

SEWING MACHINE in cabinet. 
Overhauled recently. Will trade 
for empty cabinet or sell for $40. 
or best offer. Call 482-1768 after 
5. Anytime weekends. 
?! TF 



28-Garage Rummaye Safe 



FARIS STREET FLEA market 
open Thurs.-Sun., 10-6. Come 
on in and browse round! 8 dif- 
ferent shops. 3450 Azalea Gar- 
den Rd. 857-0477. 
28 TF 



29-\Vanled To Bu\ 



JUKEBOX WANTED - 
OLD78 rpm Wurlitzer, Rock- 
ola, etc. Any cond. Call collect 
804-797-4502_ ^ 

29 4t7-2 



30- Musical VltrihandiM^ 



ORGAN . KIMBALL with en- 
tertainment capability, complete 
instructions included. Learn to 
play in minutes. Call 499-2400 
30 4t7-2 



SAXOPHONE- CONN ALTO 

sax, like new condition, with 
case, only used one year. $300 
firm. 428-7506. 
30 4t7-2 



SPECIAL SALEI Mulch - Bark 
and-shredded. Protects flowers, 
retards grass and weeds. Truck 
load, large, small. Delivered. 
Call 853-0205 or 855-7467. 

35 4t7/23 

LAWN MOWING and trimming 

- Done at your convenience. Call 

482-1659. Ask for John Sch- 

wartz. 

35_ 4t7/23 

HAY . TOP QUALITY, alfalfa, 
timothy-alfalfa, and timothy. 
Shavings for sale, sold by pick- 
up or by large truck . 488-2728 . 
35__ 4t 7-16 

TOP SOIL— Rich and fertile, 
also fill sand, and lot clearing. 
421-7373. 

35 4t7/9 

DIRT— Black, rich top soil. Will 
deliver. Call day or night, 467- 
3862,467-6273. 

35 ; 4t7/9 

TOP SOIL— Good black, fill 

dirt and shell marl. Call 484- 

5821. 

35 4t7/9 

GRASS CUTTING AND 

SHRUB trimming • Free 

estimates. Call after 3 p.m. 424- 

2249. 

35 4t7-9 

HAY . U PICK up in field - 
$1.85. Top quality! Can deliver 
421-3310. 

3^ 417-2 



PIANO - KIMBALL, like new, 
will sacrifice, $995. 547-1064. 
30 4t7-2 



GUITAR - 12 STRING acouscfc, 
1 year's use. with case, must sell 
immediately. $175 firm. 489- 
4298. 

30 4t7-2 



^ICoins and Slamps 



NORVIEW - RARE COINS. 

Norfolk's most complete. Buy, 
sell, trade. Buying silver coins. 
42 Southern Shopping Center, 
Norfolk. 853-81 18. 
3' CBDTF 



32-JeHelry & VValthes 



ENGAGEMENT SET-Includes 
wedding band. 14kt. gold. 6 

diamonds. Size 5 '/:. Brand new! 
$550. Negotiable. Call 587-3926. 

32_ 4t7/2 

STERLING SILVER BAND- 

size 5'/2. Saggitarus and Virgo 
signs in raised sterling, lovely 
and different. $25 or best offer. 
Call 482-1768 after 6 p.m. 
32 HTF 



33-(f<M>d Things 



FAMILY PRODUCE - 537 East 

Little Creek Road. Apples to 

Zucchini, local and home grown, 

fresh produce daily. Also special 

orders for canning and freezing. 

587-2392. 

33 4t7-9 

FRESHLY BAKED BREADS, 

pics and cinnamon rolls. Whole- 
sale or retail! ! Call 42 1 -7555 . 
33 8t7/30 



MULCH-BARK AND shredded. 
Protects flowefs, retards grass 
and weeds. Truck load, large, 
small. Delivered. Call 853-a250 
or 855-7467. 

35 4t6-25 



37-Vlachiner\-T(M)ls 



BULLDOZER-John Deere, 

2010, with Loader - John Deere, 

350, excellent condition. Call 

482-2758. 

37 417/9 

TIDEWATER'S BIGGEST 

Used Hardware & Tool Sale - 
Every Saturday/Sunday, 2922 
South Military Highway, 
Chesapeake. Consignments 
taken. Spaces available for rent. 
For further information call 485- 
1576. 

37 4t7/9 



DITCH WITCH - ¥-30, 6 foot 

boom, and trailer, $4,250. Call 

857-1088. 

37 4t7-16 



38-Business Kuuipmcnl 



ALL TYPES, NEW AND used 
restaurant and bar equipment. 
Dixie Equipment Company. 
1008 Granby St. 623-7073. 
^ TT 

PITNEY-BOWES— 250 Copier, 

some supplies, $75 or best offer. 

482-4022. 

38 4t7/2 



40-V1obik' Homes lor salt* 



35-liiHii and (iarden 



DIRT - AAA TOP soil, the best. 

call us last! 9-5. 420-2825. 

35 4t7-16 



VINEDALE— 1972. U x 60, Ex- 

pando, 2 bedrooms, gas heat, 
appliances. Air. Wall to Wall 
carpet. Storm screen, porch, 
shed. Top condition. Near Lon- 
don Bridge. 486-6158 or 486- 
2727. 
40 4t7/2 



40-\tohilf Norm's fur Salt' 



BEAUTIFUL LIVING Alter- 
native - Oceana. Dam Neck 
nearby. 24' x 60* double wide 
(Derby Run). Has everything, 
excellent condition, clear title. 
Visits welcome. Call 425-8353. 

^ 4t7.|6 

CONCORD MOBILE HOME - 
1975, 65' X 12', 2 bedrooms, un- 
furnished, partially carpeted, 
refrigerator and stove, $5,600 or 
$700 and assume loan. Will rent 
Call 487-3227. 

^ 4t7^6 

CAPELLA - 12' X 65', 3 

bedroom, air conditioning, 
washer, dryer, dishwasher. 
Owner financing. 499-2841 
19 4t 7-16 

CONNER. 1975, 12 by 6 eet,2 
bedroom, appliances, furnished, 

assumed loan, $176.94 a month 
487-0944. 

^ 4t 7-2 



6()-( ariiptrs 



SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER 

1979. sleeps 6, tandem wheels, 
MvenU options, compl^ely con- 
tain^, new condition. $4,000. 
CaU 424-2007. 
§1_ 4t7/23 

W)RD CAMPER . 197S, 250 

Ranger Lariet Special, over 
S3500 extras. Almost every extra 
available. Wolverine camper. 11 
foot, fully equipped. Would sell 
separately. $8445. 423-4422. 
^ 4t7-2 



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VIRGINIA BEACH-Brand 
New Great Neck Beach Condos 
are now renting. From $400 a 
month. 2 bedrooms, washer, 
dryer, dishwasher, fireplace, 
deck, covered parking for 2 cars, 
fully carpeted. 481-1696. 
45_ 4t7/23 

GREAT BRIDGE DUPLEX, 2 

bedrooms, air conditioning, no 
pets, available July 1st. Call 547- 
397g. 

<5 417/23 



5<»-N\anitd 



SHARE . A LARGE HOUSE IN 
South Norfolk with responsible 
male, $40 a week, including 
washer and dryer, air con- 
ditioning. Call anytime. 543- 
6426. 

^0 4t7.16 

SHARE - WITH RESPON- 
SIBLE person. $125 and half of 
Vepco. Call days, 625-1668, 
nights, 497-8387. 
50 4t7-16 



51 -Office-Space for Kcni 



CHESAPEAKE - NEAR 
GREENBRIER and Military 
Highway, 800 and 400 square 
feet, will decorate to suit tenant, 
rent very reasonable. 9 a.m. to 6 
p.m. Call Greenbrier Reahy - 
547-5115; nights and Sundays 
424-9857, 499-4090. 
51 4t7-2 



52-lndustrial for Rent 



FOR RENT: SOUTH NOR- 
FOLK. Fenced in Storage, nice 
offices for small construction 
firm. Call 545-8471 or 545-292^. 
52 4t7-2 



53-For Rent or Sale 



CHESAPEAKE BEACH-For 

Rent: Vi mile from beach. One 
bedroom, sleeps 4, $125 weekly, 
no pets. Available July 26 - 
August 16. 464-1883. 
53 



4t7/23 



RENT-MAlD-7 rooms cleaned 
$30. Windows $2 - $4. Carpets, 3 
rooms and hall, $35. Upholstery, 
2 pieces $35. Call 625-6543. 
21 4t7/23 

EXPENSES TOO HIGH for 

place of your own? Why not 
share? We haw homeownois, we 
need more tenants. 460-4661 . Fee 
- Roommate Finding Service. 
71 4t7/23 

CHILD CARE - ALL AGIS. 

Bayville Park section, fenced 
yard. References. Reasonable 
rates. 464-0465. 

^^ 4t7-2 

PAINTING . INTERIOR and 

exterior, neat wprk, reasonabte 
rates. 397-5227. 

7^ 4t7-l6 

finHADA ELECTRICAL • In- 

novations - Superior electronic 
•nd optical sales, service, and in- 
stallation. Business, home, and 
auto. Free estimates. 427-3786. 
21 4t7-l6 

CONCRETE WORK ■ Of aU 

types. Decks, patios, etc. Quality 
construction. RIverworks. 588- 
8702. 

21 4t7-l6 



MOM— are you in a tizzy over 
the mess in your bathroom? 
Have a hamper buiU in. FREE 
ESTIMATES on fixing up your 
bathroom. Call 42 1-7555. 
ZL_ 4t7/2 



BABYSIiunu - MY HOME, 

fenced yard, TLC, day or night. 
587-1333. 

"^J 4t7.2 

EXPERT PAPER HANGER - 

$6.00 per single roll of paper. 35 
years of experience. Call Jim 
Hicks, 461-0502, 497-4057. 
21 4t7-9 

MOVING— Piece work or com- 
plete local move. $27 and up. 
547-7777 or 467-2728. 
21 4t7/9 

FIREPLACE SPEOALIST will 
build or repair any type 
fireplace! Satisfaction guaran- 
teed! 490-2175, 2-5 p.m. 
71 CDBTF 

MR. AND MRS. PAINTERS of 

the Tidewater area. The quality 
of a man, the smooth touch of a 
woman. Interior-exterior pain- 
ting. 424-4687. 
71 . TFCDB 



65-K(tr Sal* 



FOR SALE: Forrest soybrans - 
germination 85 + . $8.50 per 
bushel. 804-562-6676. 

3t7/2 



AUTO CRUSHERS Al Junk 
Car removing. All cars towed 
away free, top dollar paid!! Fast 
service. 
487-9222. 



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Home sites for sale 

for 

People planning 

Homes & Custom 

Builders 

SALES OFFICE 

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Hdp wanted 

Farm Placement 
Specialist (Announce- 
ment ir3024O) Include 
Class Title and Announ- 
cement Number on Line 
2, Position Am^Ued For. I 
On State Application 
Form. Qualified ap- 
plicants are needed to 
add to employment 
Ust(s) used to flU present 
and future vacancies in 
Exmore, Virginia. Com- 
pletion of a standard 
high school course and at 
least three years of recent 
experience in one or 
more of the following 
fields: farm labor 
placement, supervision, 
or management; 
management of rural in- 
dustries; employment in- 
terviewing or office 
management in a rural 
area or similar experien- 
ce which provided a 
knowledge of em- 
ployment requirements 
and practices in 
agriculture and related 
industries; or any 
equivalent combination 
of pertinent college 
education and qualifying 
experience, substitution 
being made on an 
equivalent time basis. 
For a detailed outline of 
duties and respon- 
sibilities visit your local 
VEC. Salary: $11,230 - 
$15,340 (Effective July 
1, 1980). State applic- 
ations are available from 
local offices of VEC & 
State agency personnel 
offices and must be 
received by 4:00 p.m., 
Julys, 1980 atP.O. Box 
1 104, Richmond, 
Virginia, 23208. Serving 
equal opportunity em- 
ployers. , 



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Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday. July 2, 1980 23 



TAKE NOTICE that on 
the 16th day of July, 1^, 
at the office of Rixey. 
HeiUg A McKenry, 1080 
Laskin Road, Suite 101, 
Sigma BuikUng, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, at 10:30 
a.m., we shall repose to 
sale, reserving to ourselves 
the right to bid, and with 
reservation, one (1) 1979 
Ford FlOO Pick-up Truck, 
Identification No. FIOB- 
NEJ9466, titled in the 
name of Scott B. 
Malbone, seized and 
repossessed by virtue of a 
breach of a certain 
security agreement dated 
August II, 1979. 
J. Barbour Rixey 
Counsel for Beach ford, 
Inc. 
It7/2VB 

TAKE NOTICE that on 
thcl6thdayof July, 1980, 
at the office of Rixey, 
Heilig & McKenry, 1080 
Laskin Road, Suite 101, 
Sigma Building, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, at 10:30 
a.m., we shall expose to 
sale, reserving to ourselves 
the right to bid, and with 
reservation, one (1) 1979 
Ford F250 Pick-up Truck, 
Identification No. 
F26HNFC7859, tiUed in 
the name of Jack Dale 
White, Jr., seized and 
repossesed by virture of a 
breach of a certain 
security agreement dated 
August 16, 1979. 
J. Barbour Rixey 
Counsel for Beach Ford, 
Inc. 
It7/2VB 



TAKE NOTICE that on 
the 16th day of July, 1980, 
at the office of Rixey, 
Heilig & McKenry, 10^ 
Laskin Road, Suite 101, 
Sigma Building, Virginia 
Bewh, Virginia, at 10:30 
a.m., we shall expose to 
sale, reserving to ourselves 
the right to bid, and with 
reservation, one (1) 1979 
Ford F150 Pick-up Truck, 
Identification No. 
F14SNEC2462, titled in 
the name of Steven 
Richard Borek, seized and 
repossessed by virtue of a 
breach of a certain 
security agreement (toted 
August 9, 1979. / 
J. Barbour Rixey 
Counsel for Breach Ford, 
Inc. 
It7/2VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the 30th day of June, 
1980. 

Huseyin karaoz, Plaintiff, 
against Pattie M. Karaoz, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 1908 Ryan 
Avenue, las Vegas, 
Nevada. It is ordered that 




POSITIONS VACANT 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 



In accordance with the requirements of Section 3, 
of the Hoadng and Urban Devetopment Act of 
1968, Part 135, tke aty of Viiyinla Beach posts 
Job vacancies coatlnuoiifliy witii each of the 
foilowiiig: 

Beachwood Qyic League 

Burtoa Station avic League 

DoyMown Ovk Lciqpie 

Gracetown Qvlc Lei^e 

NewUght Ovic League 

Newiome Farm Qvlc League 

Queen aty Ovic Lrague 

Reedtown Qvlc League 

Seatack avic League 

Kingdom HaU Jeiiovah*s Witness 

New JoiMaten Cliurch of God in Ciirist 

St. Steplien'i Oiurcli of God lu Clirist 

Moraing Star Baptist Oiurcb 

N^r^rt&^tirtCliurcli 

Hoaae of Pngptr for AH People 

New Hope Baptiit ONircii 

FkBt Baptirt Onvdi^ I^mliaven 

TiAcffMcIt HoHmm Owrcli 

l^ihita I^iipl^nMit ComriiriM 
Wt wfe tB Tmti^^*mm nMmm to rc^tew itum 
job Man aid ^^ fte mqt CNy i^iMoa for 
wUeb tkar VH^. For Atfdlar MoraH^M^ co«* 
taet tta CHr ^ VifllriB BimIi, D^wttmt of 

It7/2VR 



she do appear on or before 
the 20th of August, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teite: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 
Phyllis N.Styron,D.C. 
Mr. WiUiam P. Williams 
for Peter K.Babalas, 
Atty. 

Suite 210 Atlantic 
National Bank BIdg. 
415 St. Paul's Blvd.. . 

Norfolk, Virginia 23510 
4t7/23 VB 



VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
.Virginia Beach, on the 
30th day of June, 1980. 
In re: Adoption of Donald 
Abainza Dorry an infant 
under the age of fourteen 
years by Donald Max 
Dorry and Priscilla 
Abainza Dorry, 

Petitioners 
TO: Dante Bobadilla 
Norfolk, Virginia 
ORDER 
This day came Donald 
Max Dorry and Priscilla 
Abainza Dorry, 

Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant(s), Donald 
Abainza Dorry by Donald 
Max Dorry and Priscilla 
Abainza Dorry, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having due diligence has 
been used by or in behalf 
of the petitioners to ascer- 
tain in what county or 
corporation the natural 
parent is, without effect 
and that Dante Bobadilla, 
a natural parent of said 
child(ren), is a non- 
resident of the Stale of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Norfolk, Virginia. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Dante 
Bobadilla appear before 
this Court within ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and indicate 
his/her attitude toward 
the proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is - 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
Frank F. Arness 
Donald Max Dorry 
Priscilla Abainza Dorry 
4t7/23 VB 



Dyslexia 

Dyslexia 1$ a p^cqHlon 
iwoblem in which it is hard 
to K^rately decode what 
Is seen or heard—an 
esttaat«l 10 percttrt of aH 
peOfk have some form of 
dystexia. 



Every four years 

Virginia Beach 
leap year 

By GARY HAMILTON 

Special to the Sun 

Here it is summer already in Virginia Beach, and I 
still haven't written anything about 1980 being a leap 
year. Today is the day to correct that. 

Leap year hasn't been a big thing in recent decades. 
Therefore, probably some young people don't even 
know what it is. 

Leap year comes ever four years and during it, 
February has 29 days. Also, it is the year where, before 
women's lib, the lady had the right to pop the question 
on marriage. 

The lady's problem, back in those days, was whom to 
pop the question to. 

If you are wondering whom to marry, you might look 
over a little informal survey taken in Virginia a few 
years ago. 

Some newspapermen went around asking prospective 
bridgrooms, "What would be good and bad about 
marrying you?" 

The doctor 

The question was asked of doctors, lawyers, Indian 
chiefs, etc. They got some surprising answers. 

A doctor said: "Women rarely marry doctors first. 
They usually marry the man when he is an intern, a 
medical student or a resident. 

"But it's like marrying two different men. Because 
the man's standards will change in what he wants in a 
wife after he finishes training, the woman must change 
her role from being there and nice to being active 
socially, meeting people well and being attractive. 

"If the woman can't make the changes, the doctor is 
likely to change wives. " 

The doctor said he preferred to remain unnamed. 

Tlie accountant 

An accountant said he figured an accountant's wife 
might find it hard to be a spendthrift. "An accountant 
would be watching every dime." 

Then he added: "However, she could probably go on 
a spree or two from Jan. 1 to income tax reckoning. 
During those months, an accountant works 12 to 14 
hours a day, six or seven days a week—leaving little time 
for household accounting. " 

The electrician 

A electrician put himself high on the eligibility list. 

He said: "The man with a trade makes more money 
than a white-collar worker and has more time to spend 
it. Also, the husband is safe from the wiles of a pretty 
secretary, nurse, medical assistant or client." 

It's something to think about. 

The lawyer 

A young lawyer gave himself pretty low marks. 

He said: "Lawyers can prove too argumentative 
about small problems at home, offering too many alter- 
natives to a wife's problems." 

He also pointed to long hours, travel, involvement 
with clients, and low pay in the airly years. 

However, his roommate, a fellow lawyer, came up 
with one advantage— free divorce advice. 

TNpHol 

How about a pilot? An Eastern Airlines jrilot said: 
"If a woman Hkes the old man home eveiy night, she 
woukfn't like bdi^ married to a irftot. However, if she 
Ukes visiting relative and frioids all over the country, 
she can fly awfully cheap." 



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24 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, July 2, 1980 



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VBLT opens Anything Goes 

The musical. * 'Anything Goes", with music and lyrics 
by Cole Porter opens at the Little Theatre of Virginia 
Beach on Friday, July 4 at 8:30 p.m. and will run 
through August 16. 

The show will be presented on Thursday, Friday, and 
Saturday evenings at 8:30 p.m. Sunday matinees will be 
given at 3 p.m. on July 13, 17 and August 10. Reser- 
vations may be made by calling the theatre box office at 
428-9523. 

Show director is Betty Hudson; assistant director and 
choreographer is Suzanne Marlowe. 



Revenue hearing set 

On Thursday, July 10, the City of Virginia Beach will 
hold a hearing regarding the proposed use of general 
revenue sharing funds. The hearing will be held at 2 
p.m. in the City Council chambers, Room 203, City 
Hall Building, Virginia Beach Municipal Center. 

It is anticipated that the City of Virginia Beach will 
receive $4,400,000 in general revenue sharing funds 
during the fiscal year beginning October 1, 1980 and an 
additional $800,000 in interest. All interested citizens 
will have an opportunity at the hearing to give written 
and oral comments on uses for the funds. 



Red Cross needs drivers 

The American Red Cross, Tidewater chapter needs 
Virginia Beach volunteer drivers who will be able to 



donate some time to transporting dialysis patients from 
their homes to their threatment center. Vehicles and in- 
surance are provided. 
Call 446*7749 for further information. 



Public health program set 

The Virginia Beach Health Department will present a 
program entitled "You and Your Health: Information 
About Immunization, Nutrition and More" at the 
Bayside Branch of the Virginia Beach Public Library on 
Thursday, July 10 at 7 p.m. 

The program will last one hour and is intended for 
persons 1 3 years of age and older. 

The presentation will include a film and a question 
and answer period. Information describing the free ser- 
vices of the health Department will be distributed during 
the program. 

For more infomation, call the Bayside Library at 464- 
9280. 



Spades tournament set 

The Virginia Beach Department of Parks and 
Recreation will sponsor a "Spades** Tournament on 
Saturday, July 19 at 6 p.m. in Room 117, Virginia 
Beach Recreation Center/Kempsville. 

Admission is free but all applicants must be at least 18 
years old and have a basic understanding of the game. 



Partners will be assigned and official rul« distributed. 

To pre-register call adult service at 499-1281 or cmne 
by the administration office of cither Kcm^viUc or Bow 
Creek recreation centers and fill out an aitry fwm. 

Refreshments will be served and priz« awarded. 



Wildlife program set 

The 4-H Division of Virginia Cooperative Extension 
Service will hold an "Introduction to Wildlife 
Program** on July 1 1 at Seashore Sute Park. 

Activities planned will introduce participants to the 
various areas of wildlife including insects, plants, 
forest, and fresh water. 

The program is open to the public free of chai^. 
Group size is limited to 30 people. 

Advance sign-ups must be made by calling the 4-H 
Office at 427-4617. 



Pig roast announced 

Sons of Italy of Roma Lodge I2S4 will sponsor a pig 
roast on Friday, July 4 from 1 to 7 p.m. it the dub, 
3097 Magic Hdlow Boulevard. 

Members, relatives and friends are invited to attend. 
All male members and guests should wear shorts on that 
di^, as there will be a prize given for the best looking 
male legsl For further information call the club at 486- 
2029. 



0COaJ COQlOJ^I^liJ^lE QBHiE 



(For week of l«ly 2 thrm^ 9) 



For more complete fbreca^ read indications Ua your 
AiKrendant sign plus Birth sigja. To find your Ascendant 
slgn,^GOUBt ahead firom Birth si^ the numb^ ot s^ns 
Indteated. 



Timeof Birtli 

4 to 6 a.m. 

6 to 8 a.m. 

8 to 10 a.m. 

10 to Noon 

Noon to 2 p.m. 

2 to 4 p.m. 

4 to 8 p.m. 

6 to 8 p.m. 

8 to 10 p.m. 

10 to Midnight 

M idnigbt to 2 a.m. 

2 to 4 a.m. 



PraftiMe Asceodairt is: 

Same as birth sign 

Fff:^ s^ foltowl^ 

Second ^^ flowing 

Hiird ^gn Mowing 

Foiffth s^ ffdtowing 

Fifth sign fdlowii^ 

Sixth sign following 

Seventh s^ followtog 

Ei^tfa sip tolQamti^ 

Ninth s^ foUoidng 

Tenth sign folknvii^ 

Eleventh sip following 



ARIES: (March 21 f 
April 19 — Als* Aries As- 
ceadiM) ~ SUy "heads up" 
wten working anaaid ma- 
chiwry <rf my kbid, and tm 
p^a^ <^^&ate (a^l«HKdy 
to mM mse^dem. Cousen- 
trale oa wajrs to bring in 
nwre i»mey and bittl^ tts 
«^tow. A^tttjach ttose in 
p&^ for l^p. 

tM»tlS: (AKfl 21 te 
M^ 9 - Ah» Taar» ^ 
mfrnn - (^p«a^ «c«d- 
tnf to pibm and be fw^ pre^ 
pared. Avoid being loo 
p^y (M* domi^M^. N<rt 
tte tin^ to ktttt miKwy to 
tr^mis or you tmy iMmc it 
apitt. ««k tomffd jom 
g^ito wim mate » parser. 

GEinn:(MiyatoMM 
m - tm GmM Aieei* 



aat> — Worii and eaie^ are 
favored ami you coidd psA 
forward towird your i^als. 
Your artlsiUc amtxviiy fe 
acc^irted soex|)«|s§ ft. Some 
may be makfi^ dm^ in 
Ute^yte, f«r U» better. Be 
e.xpre^ve romaiWcaliy. 

CANCER: (imm 21 ^ 
i#y 12 — Alse CMwer As- 
tmMmy '-' ty^e care of 
rmttae matters at wwk and 
ttoi't be temgM to goof off. 
tpn y«a- Im^^ s^urftag 
livtog &i^)sum mi ^^^tA- 
^m yottn^ M {Harare* 
^m^m- A ^^eis tr^ at 
this ttro-ish^ly favored. 

LSD: (My 23 to ^U- ^ 
-. Mm Lea AaeoMbM) - 
mt m am to a^to- fa- 
vors from sttf^rtors or 
WM up presets in 



progress aitf Usten to advice 
from associates. Somance 
and the dmn^c scene nuts 
^Moth^. You am tsmke 
more nrnmy on <^ Job 
using tradittoai methods. 

VIRGO: (Ai^ 23 ta S^ 
22 - Ate VJigi Aseeadttt) 

— Shake off JimtSmey to 
drift ami n^et ^tuatldns on 
the job ^lergetica^. Your 
contiued effort to move 
toward ymt pals wiii be 
noted pleasantly by your su- 
periors. Be the dt|^»iuitand 
smooth (Hit pRrt}iems on the 
hmne frtmt. 

LIBRA: {$t^ nimOti. 
22 — Alsa Utea ibicewkuM) 

— D<m't rely on verbal 
agreements — get thrai in 
writing. Dcwte ywrself to 
routine Jobs and don't 
^ratter your ei^rg^ A 
penlhig matter or c(»txact 
to cuhatorte in agr^^i^ 
now, w^ is y&ty bencfl- 
dai to um&ymsmv^. 

SCOBPIO: (Oet. n te 

mt. n^ Am $m^ hs- 

^gA$m) — tJ« the aibUe 
aipTDM^'to pt wlMtt ym 
w^t HA ^B tfBW to be 
pushy or domlneeering. 
Famtty or (tone^fc pci- 
lems that have been brtlw- 
^ jm @n te mAwiwm. 
nm the time to gam^ cr 
utechi^^ 

SAGtrrAUUS: (Nev. 22 
to Dec. 21 — Alse Sagittar- 



hB ktemtaM} »-Se eau- 
^!iis to mom^ m^s&s — 
doB% g^ ftmiif^ M ri^qr 
fhiattcial sciei&es. feift 
your arn^ife kSeas thfoogh 
dlsct»M^ w^ assocH^es 
and good frknC^ Ctfmly 
deal Witt deiQestk! pnb- 
lems — ^i lose ymtt&m^ 
per! 

CA^ICIMKN: ^ee.Sta 
Jaa. It •* Mm (^frteMa 
AaecMtaM^ ^-^ Wofk alo^ at 
mmm tasiB on ^ >ii|. If 
iMms 9m p88l|Aig befa^i 
ywir badci pay no attention 
because tt ia wfmuded. Ac- 
G^ a seomdary r^ (g^ 
now <— it is t^npcMrary. Deal 
with touchy family mem- 
bers c^mly. 

A<|VARIUS: (Jaa. 28 to 
Feb. 18 — Alaa A^pttrias 

scenawK) •"» xTOcxeQ ener- 
getically with the'^^'^areer 
matters you've b^ want- 
ing to be0n and t^ changes 
you've wanted to make. 
Loved ones could be feeing 
neglected, so spend some 
time with them. Creative 
work and romance are both 
favored. 

PISCES: (Feb. 18 to 
March 28 — Also Pisces As- 
endaal) — Coaceatrate on 
doing a good job at work — 
superiors wiU notice. Oppor- 
tunity is around you and co- 
workers are cooperative, so 
be alert. Clandestine or se- 
cret romantic involvements 
are very risky and siiould be 
ivoided. 



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Pen and ink works shown 

AcryUc and pen and ink works by Mary BeUe Rhodes 
will be exhibited in the Windsor Woods Branch of the 
Virginia Beach Public Library b^inning Huirsday, July 
10. The show will run through August 7. 

Rhodes is a member of the Virginia B^ch Arts Cen- 
ter and the Tidewater Artists Association. She has 
studied lootUy with Emma Meehan, and has w<m awar- 
ds in previous shows. 



Pre Teen/Teen Olympics 

The Virginia Beach Department of Parks and 
Recreation will sponsor the 2nd Annual Pre-Teen/Teen 
Olympics on Saturday, July 12 at 9 a.m., at the sof- 
tbaU/soccer fields, Virginia Beach Recreation Center/ 
Kemps ville. 

Invents include: SO yard dash, shuttle run, 220 yard 
dash, 440 yard dash, baseball toss. Jump & reach, stan- 
ding broad jump and running broad jump. R^stration 
is necessary by July 12. 

Age groups: 6-8, 9-11, 12-14 and 15-17. Ribb^tt wHl 
be awarded. 

For more information please call atheltic services, 
499-1281. 



^Frisbee classic set 

The Tidewater FrisbeeDisc Group wiU be sponsoring 
its Third Annual Dogwood Oassk Disc Oolf Tour- 
nament on July 11-13, Friday through Sunday at 
Bayville Park in Virginia Beach. 

The $6,000 purse is expected to attract the country's 
top Frisbee disc players including t}» world and 
Europ«m champions. 

Spectat<tfs are invited to attend. There is no ad- 
mission charge. 

Activities begin at noon on July 11, 10 a.m. on July 
12, and noon on July 13. Bayville Park is to&md on 
Shore Drive, '4 mile east of the Bay Bridge-Tunnel. 




B«ach 
Activities 

Pas* IS 



Belinda Bj«riy— Sun 



Fourteen year Virginia Beach resident Anita York is the resident manager at a local hotel, and lives in the Lon- 
don Brid^ section of the Beach. 

A Kentucky native, York graduated from Ashland High School, and attended the University of Kentucky. She 
has one daughter, Jennifer, and enjoys dancing, fishing, and reading. Her favorite ^ach nightspots are Pascal's 
and the (joUen Dragon, 

In regard to the Beach, shesaki: *7 love the water and can sit for hours just looking out over the ocean. I like the 
area in general, and I am glad Tve made this area my home. I have no definate plans for the future; just to try to 
improve in alt arem of my life, and be happy. 




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2 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday. July 9, 1980 



Election under protest 



Low vote getter f inially wins 



ByLEECAHILL 

City Council correspowlent 
Virginia Beach has a new mayor but the delivery was 

hard. 

It took the 11 -member Qty Council five ballots, two 
executive sessions and close to two hours Monday 
afternoon to elect Dr. J. Henry McCoy mayor and New 
Councilman Harold Heischober vice mayor for the next 
two years. 

Following the meeting, Heischober said that the first 
he heard about being in the running for office was when 
Councilman Reid Ervin nominated him. He added, 
however, that in the past month "everybody's name 
has come up for everything." 

Outgoing Vice Mayor Dr. mcCoy, low man of three 
candidates in a 4-4-3 vote on four ballots, refused to 
give up even when the acting chairman, Orcuit Court 
Qerk J. Curtis Fruit suggested Council consider having 
the low man drop out. 

In the first four ballots Donald Merrick received four 
votes. Meyera Obemdorf received four votes and 
McCoy three. 

Voting for McCoy were Holland, McCtoy and 
outgoing Mayor Patrick L Standing; for Merrick. 
Ervin, HcUchober, Merrick, and Reba McOanan; for 
Obemdorf, John Baum, Barbara Henley. Obcradorf 
andW. H. Kitchin 111. 

The deciding votes on the fifth ballot were cast by 
Ervin, Heischober and Kitchin who switched their vets 
to McCoy giving him the majority of six he needed to 
the election. The other votes remained the same. 

The vice mayoral election ended in a ^5 vote with 
Heischober defeating bemdorf. Voting for Heischober 
were Ervin, Heischober, Holland, McCoy, Merrick, and 
mcOanan. 

Following the meeting Mrs. obemdorf said that she 
was "not surprised," but beyond that had no comment. 
She had nothing to say about the elections or the 
executive sessions. Her husband Roger L Obemdorf 
was obviously upset and was ready to talk but was 
silenced by mrs. obemdorf who said that he was her 
"campaign manager," and had nothing to do with 
anything that happened in Council. As she called over 
congratulations to Heischober after the meeting, Roger 
Obemdorf censured the action and stalked out of the 
Council Chsunbers. 

Baum. who nominated Obemdorf, has said that she 
deserved the job because of her public support. 
Obemdorf re-elected to her second term on Council this 
year, was the biggest vote getter in the campaign. 

In making the nomination, Baum said that the office 
of mayor had become a full-time job. He said that 
"Meyera can devote the time." 

He said that it was unusual for someone to be so 
popular when re-elected, and that her popularity wc»kl 
break down the '^polarization" which the city has 
experienced. "With her great popularity, she will 
certainly have the opportunity." 

Holland who nominated McCoy, e^ time, pointed 
out that McCoy had served six years and is "a fine man 
who will be able to work with anyone on this council." 
Ervin, who nominated Merrick, who has served on 
Council for two years, pointed out that the mayor is the 
ceremonial head of the city and that Merrick, a retired 
Ford Motor Company executive, "was able to retire 
comfortably and will be able to serve full-time." Ervin 
said that he had suggested to "Merrick that he would 
have to become more of a politician, but that he thought 
he was sincere about the job and has a keen desire to 
serve. 

After the first three ballots, Holland moved to recess 
for an executive session. The motion was successful, 
but McOanan attended only briefly before leaving 
because, she said, she did not believe that the provision 
for executive sessions to discuss personnel matters 
applied to appointing a mayor. 

Vivian Hitchcock, an employee in the Registrar's 
Office, who said she was attending the session as a 
priva^ citi^n. said that the executive session was a 
"fU^rant slap in the face." She said that she planned 



to contact Virginia Attorney General Marshall Coleman 
about the matter. 

In the meantime, city attorney Dale Bimson said the 
session was legal so long as it considered the 
appointment or assignment of one of the Council 
members as presiding officer or mayor and that the 
voting is done at public sessim. 

A remark made by Fmit at the beginning of the 
meeting proved to be prophetic, he said, after 
administering the oath of office to the five newly-elec- 
ted members, "The next item, I suppose, is worth the 
price of admission." 

Attendance was high but the crowd, which included 
families of Council members, did not fill the Council 
chambers. 

It was Fmit's first time in his Council chairman role, 
and he noted during an executive session break that 
Council had at least since the sixth of May. election 
day, to think about the mayoral election. "We can sit 
here and vote 4-4-3 forever." 



'Tve been low man for four 
straight ballots and have no in- 
tention of dropping out... I'll 
fight as long as I can"— Mc- 
Coy 



Bimson said that Council could vote to drop the kw 



man. 
It 



When the ballot, the fourth, after executive session 
No. 1. was the same as the others, Baum suggested 
another executive session. "If the public is upset, so 
are we... but 15 minutes (the period of the executive 
session) are not enough." 

Fruit said that he had been "made aware of the 
unrest in the audience.. .it's an ungame position to be 
in. I suggest we call the roll again and consider the low 
man drops out." 

Standing said. "I don't know oi any provision that 
the low man should drop out." 

McCoy retorted, "I've been low man for four straight 
ballots and have no intention of dropping out." 

Ervin pointed out, "You may not have a choice.' 

"I'll fight as long as I can." McCoy «aid. 



♦» 



Before you goto that proceedii^.'* Holland said. "I 
ask that we go back and give us anotlwr opwatuiiity." 

"We have 60 days since the electioii,'* Fruit laid. *I 
don't know whether 15 or 20 minutes couW help." 

Holland pointed out that under the Freedom of 
Information Act ''no more than two of us could talk (at 
one time). We haven't had the opportunity. Maybe we 
could have come to that consensus." He said that the 
executive session offered the first opportunity for the 
Council to talk about the election. 

Both McOanan and Merrick voted i^ainst the 
executive session but only Mcdaaan refused to take 

part. 

They went in at 3 p.m. (the formtf Oouncil seukn 
started at 2 p.m.), were given IS minutes, but (ttdn't 
get out until 3:35. 

Holland nominated McCoy, Baum nominated Obem- 
dorf and McQanan nominated Meffidc 

Holland also nominated Henl«y fpr the vke mayor's 
job. but Henley, a consistent supporter of ObenKkrf. 
decUned the nomination. 

McCoy, makmg his acceptance speecb. noUd that 
"It wai split but It was going to be ipito no matter who 
did it.. .it got down to the pofait where toaubody had to 
win." 

He then called for the battered, bruised, sjdtt and 
polarized council to puO together for the beneft of the 
city. "We've got a new Council and we've got to do a 
lot of good things." 

Heischober macte a liule speech, too. *Tm ttiU 
teaming the rutes. He said the city is in good hands 
with "the 1 1 people you have put in office to direct the 
polky of N^inia Beach." 

Standing, ending a two-year term as mayor, said. 
"We are now the best city in the Stitte on any basis - 
tax rates, climate. I thank those numbers m^ have 
served with me for the tremendous amount of 
work... The Council has to work together to address the 
diverse interests (of the city) so that we can keep the 
city going in this way." 

He said that "mnning fi-om the state and federal 
government will be less and less and the burden on the 
tax stmcture of the city will be more and more. I 
publicly thank my wife who had to take so many calls in 
my absence. I was proud the day I took the ^ as mayor 
and proud today when Henry McCoy is seated." 

Fdlowing the meeting ifeischober sakl that during 
the second executive session. McCoy gave the reasons 

(See MCCOY {Mfe 9 



Beach dentist 



Profile on McCoy 



The new mayor, a dentist, was bom in Norfolk and 
lives at 1040 Henley Landing in Kemps ville. He and 
his wife Diana have five children. He attended the 
Norfdk Division of the Coltege of WilUapi & Mary, 
now ODU, has a B.S. and a DOS firom the Medical 
College of Virginia. He served as a captain in the Air 
Force. He is a member of the ODU Board of Visitors, 
Peebles Bank Board, past president of the Southside 
Lions Qub and the Virginia Beach Dental Society, 
fmst secretary of the Virginia Tidewater Dental Demd 
Association, a member of the KempsvUle Masonic 
Loc^e, Khedive Shrine Temple, past ctaurman of the 
Tidewater Cbmmunity College Board of Tmstees, 
chairman of the Tidewater Transportaion District 
Cbmmission and a member of the Otizens Trust Bank 



Regional Board. . 

Heischober lives at 4031 N. Witcl^hick Boad and 
was elected by the Bayside Borough, e and his wife 
Alice have three children, he is chairman of the board 
of IMtop Motors, Inc. Born in Neiir York Qty, he 
attended St. John's Vniversity School of Commerce 
and School of Law. He is past ivesident erf the 
Chesapeake Athletic Qub, director <rf Udewitfer 
Professional Sports, president of tl» Tidewater Auto 
Dealers Association, director and past president of the 
Virginia Auto Dealers Association, a member of the 
Disabted American Veterans, Chapter 20, Wginia 
Beach and a retired captain in the U.S. Army 
Reserves. 



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Council starts on wrong foot 



By GRtoGOLDFARB. editor 

The Virgifiw Beach Sun 



. J^^^ ^'^'^ rc^Nts arc, to say die least, angry 
about the most recent dtycwincil dertion. 




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Kinp Grant rt^dmt Martha Kt^er add in r^ard to 
the five vote closed door a»^tion se^on etection of 
Dr. J. H«ry McCoy, Jr.. "I tWttk it's t^rijife. 

"Anything said to a public omdal by another public 
of^^, about the dection of am^h^ public official 
ought to be said in public. He is the peppte's mayor." 



''And we, the resments of 
Virginia Beach, must sit like 
dogs and watch counml have 
things their own way'*— 
Hudgins 



BackroMip^MEh^ 

Coundlmaii Donald Merrick, who was tied with 
councilwmnan Meyera E. (H>emdorf for the position 
f<w t^, taxvam the cott«<^ of O^al lMK;krooni 
polittcking. Oninalwonmn Relm Mcdamm, however, 
did n(M attend the s^sions. 

"Gty atttmiey J. Dde tettcm md what council did 
was 1^," the Lynnhaven repr^^tative s«d, "but 
now the state attorney gmral says it's lU^al. 

"All I know is. that w^took a vote, «id th» wait in- 
to executive ^ssion; to^ an^or v<^, ai^ tiieft came 
hack into sesnon. 

"But during the last execmive senion, the council 
members started namifli al^nate cawlida^; and they 
^»«re »^^ *wottU ycMi vote for hmi, (V him or him?'" 
An aftCT tl^ fmaUy had six peo^ who wnild support 
McCoy, th^w^ wttjml voted. 

"Whai went on dudng Uiose sesaons Mmidi^, was 
whedii% and cfeatti^ Mund lAssed (kKNTS. r m MX an 
atti^a^ so I cM't r^r eoouiriSt on whdiec what th^ 
did was ^d or not, but thae sure are a lot of people 
who seem to think it was U^al." 

ActftonctaMNl 

Om of the fint to call RkdnnoQd daring the dection 
was Be»:h rendoit and aaocMtte jiiite C(Nir^^ A, 
Vivian Hitchoxk. S^ dKNi^t, as numy dk in the 



"I come from Ger- 
many, andl^ve seen a dic- 
tatorship." said 26 y«tf 
Beach resident Kitty 

"Wmt I saw at that 
cmindl me^ig Monday 
was a ]Mue political scene, 
by which a mayor was 
dected» ThoM men are not 
tndng to servt the com- 
munity, tNy are self ser- 
ving. 

.**Md we, the residents 
of Vi^nia Beach, must sit 
Uke d(^ and mitch them 
have things their own 
way. 



audie»%, that something was amiss. 

"T^'rc going into the back room to see who should 
be majtor," she charged. 

"It's a disgrace to the citizens of Virginia Beach to 
have to be subject to this kind of treatment. What can 
we do? I'm calling the state Attorney General to see if 
what they're doing is illegal. " 

HMbivy can't bcNeve it 

City Manager George Hanbury saki of the Monday 
mockoy: 

"TheWggest challenge fmi^ the new coundl, will be 
for than to ctevdop a hannonious working relationship. 

"to my 10 years as a Beach employee, I've never seen 
anythii^^i» this before." 

Lowmuidr«Hi7 



In addition to the legal implications which will arise 
out of this issue, the council has damaged its image 
overely , before ir even really gets started . 

It seems that for the good of the city and for council, 
that someone would have dropped out of the race to at 
least give the appearence that someone was concerned 
with presenting a hannonious new council to the 
anxious audience. 



"But council didn't harmonize 
in an election which Jell just 
short of a cut-throat battle for 
power'* 



Coundl's imbifity to casily^c^ a mayor e\^tually 
lead to the derk of court's sugg^tion that the lowest 
vote gett^ drop out. 

"Under the circumstances," Curtis Fruit said, "it 
might be bet for the man with the lowest number of 
votes U}dr(^ out." 

But quickly, coundl members denied the suggestion, 
indicating that there was no standing policy for such a 
measure. 

"There's no pdicy stating that the low man should 
drop out," outgoing mayor Patrick Standing said, 
"that's the decision of the man. " 

City attorney J. Dale Bimson said: "A majority vote 
of coundl could force the low man out. But the vote 
not takoi; in fact, the low vote ^thering man, even- 
tually became the winna. ' ' 

I^irftnirpriNdflbo 

Fruit, less oitical than some members of the audien- 
ce, su^e^d, like Hanbury, that Monday's dectiwi was 
unusual. 

"I've ncvCT seen anythii^ like it before." he said, 
"even after 16 years of puWk servfce. 

"EvaybOdy runni^ for mayor 4s qualified; and the 
candidates are three very strong willed people, with 
strong personalis. 

"What we have here is a question of statesman versus 
politidan." 

Co«adlbwtsitsiiMge 

Monday's election was baffling. 

How did the man with the low^ number of votes 
four out of five times, eventually become the winner? 
What kind of d^s were made bdiind dosed doors to 
gd McCoy in office. 



But the coundl didn't harmonize in a dection which 
just fell short of a cut throat battle for power. And who 
really loses? Eventually it will be the local residents. As 
one irritated spectator said: 

"Do thojc guys really think they can run a city, when 
they can't even decide who will lead them?" 

Love the Sun 

Editor: 

I have moved here from Florida about three weeks 
ago and love it hae in Virginia Beach. 

I have read your pi4)er every time it has come out in 
the past three weeks i love it. 
I win keep on reeling your paper. 

Carcrf Green, 

Kings Arms A|3|utnients, 

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City OouikU corresi»ndent 

(tee-way parking on Atlantic and Pacific Avenues 
and additional parking areas at the north end of the 
beach are the most pressing changes needed to 
improve beach parking. 

The two recommendatiais are among 21 submitted 
in a beach parking analysis prepared by the Virginia 
Beach Research and Advisory CcMincil and presented to 
Council Monday afternoon by Herbert Smith, immedi- 
ate past president of the Council, and Jim Owens 
chairman of the analysis ccxnmittee. 

Owens said the committee looked at the beach areas 
currently used by the public both on the bay and ocean 
and were concerned with improving parking so that the 
city's residents who do not live on the beaches would 
have a way to enjoy them. 

Councilwoman Barbara henley was concerned that 
the 24-page study would be "put on a shelf.** "I would 
like to know that we are going to move ahead.** 

Noting that the poor traffic flow in the major resort 
area inpedes access to the beach as well as to shops, 
hotels and parking areas, the report recommends that 
Atlantic Avenue should be macte one-way north and 
Pacifk: Avenue one way south fi-om 5th Street to 42nd 
Street. The sidewalks along Atlantic could then be 
widened as far north as 25th Street creating a 
pedestrian mall ai the west side of Atlantic with 
parking on the west side, a turn lane and center 
through lanes. The intersecting one-way numbered 
streets would no longer need either left or right turns 
(Vito Atlantic or Pacific freeing space for more parking. 
The three-mile long North End beach, from 42nd 
Street to Fort Story, is open to the public but day 
visitors crowd and obstruct side-street parking, 
according to the report. The recommendation is to 
create a parking area for day visitors along Atlantic 
Parkway between the main roadway and the feeder 
road. This should b landscaped to provide parking 
spaces off the feeder road and should be esthetically 
pleasing. It should be done in conjunction with the 
current utilities installation project. 

to answer to a question from Coundlman Reid Efvin, 
Owens said that there is no (tetailed study, but that 
there is suffident room for parking ther. 

Ervin suggested that the i»u-]dng pattern may create 
a problem wkh the service lines. 

Owens said the area could be grass cover and wouM 
be used for parting only time months out of the yew. 
Cowidlwonian Meyers Oberadorf said that the North 
Virginia Beach Civic league and the tonkeepers 
Association would i»^obably Ufce to study the fsoposals. 
Owens said that in two other traffic reports prepared 
for the city, there is an entire section on the benefits of 
one-way streets. 

Owens said there would be traffic controls for 
pedestrians. 

Ervin wanted to know whether "we are killing the 
goose that laid the golden egg.** He said ttmt if more 
parking areas are developed along Atlantic and Padfic, 
"where are we going to put the people?** 

Councilman Oarence A. Ifolland said that "some- 
times problems are nice problems,** referring to the 
popuUuity of the beaches. 

Hugh Kitchin HI said, "We are constantly trying to 
fiiKHIitiate the movement of cars. We should have a 
peq3le flow.** 

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McCoy gives reasons 

(CfMiUnued fnmi p^ 2) 
why he shoiM be mayor, one of whidi was the fiurt that 
he had been vice mayor for two years. He said he 
thought they were good reasons and gave McCoy fm 
vote. 

He saki that there had been no deal nuuk whidi 
¥^Mld assure him the job d" vice mayor and that the 
"first I heard was when I was nominated. 

The e^cutive sessions, he smi, were relaxed, 
"people were coming and going. ^' 



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Electronic Beep Locates Lovers... The future 
promises a painless way of saying "hello" to a com- 
patible stranger. 

According to NEXT, the new magazine that focuses 
on the near-term future, a unique electronic beeping 
device called a "Love Bug" identifies with a beep any 
other *'Love Bug" wearer within 200 feet who seems 
tailored to the owner's preference. 

Wearing a "Love Bug" to a party could help singles 
find ideal company for the evening, while functioning as 
an effective ice-breaicer. 

The device uses two electronic chips, one program- 
med to describe the wearer's age, sex and less obvious 
information such as religion, astrological sign, or in- 
come, the other programmed to describe the same 
characteristics of the wearer's ideal mate. 

The "Love Bug," which will be marketed sometime 
next year, can be used not only as a matchmaker, but 
also for more serious purposes— such as helping 
families find each other at amusement parks or firemen 
separated in burning buildings. 

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SUNshine Girl Carol Oreeh» 18, moved to 
Virgima Beach from Florida a month ago 
who^ she was a women's cldthing salesgirl. 

Search for opportanlties 

She came to Virgima Beach looking for op- 
portunities. 

'I come from a big family,** Green said. 

'One of my brothers works at Pembroke 
Mall, and said there were many opportunities 
for me at the Beach. I'd like to be a model, and 
thought this might be a good place to start; but 



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even if i don't get the CH>portunities I'm 
looking for. it's stIH worth it being at the beach 
just for the sun." 

She likes country music 

Green plans to uke college courses to help 
further her modeling future. She enjoys The 
Lighthouse, and The Firehouse. 

She is currently a salesgirl with Bradley's, 
after previously working at a local pizza inn. 

She enjoys country music. John Conley is 
her favorite artist. 





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Tournament begins next weekend 



Shark anglers sharpen hooks 



By GREG GOLDFARB, editor. 
The Virginia ^nch Sun 

•*rd give my life to catch a big white sharlc," said 
Virginia "Beach resident and retired Marine Captain J. 
W. Huffman. 

"I caught a small one, 300 lbs., when I was in the ser- 
vice. Maybe 1*11 get that big one in the tournament." 

Tourney begins next weekend 

In its fifth year, The Lynnhaven Yatch Club 5th An- 
nual Master's Shark Tournament is scheduled for next 
weekend, July 19 and 20. 

Headquarters will be the Lynnhaven "Boatel** Dry 
Storage marina at 2128 N. Great Neck Road. Cash 
prizes of $100, $300, and $500 will be awarded to 
fisherman bringing to dock the largest sharks. Judges 
are Virginia Beach residents. Captain Archie Caton, a 
Rudee Inlet charter boat captain, and Earl Dunham, a 
former Rudee Inlet captain. 

Reasons for tournament 

Huffman said the tournament is held for basically 
two reasons: 

"We hold the tourney to encourage fishing, in 
general, at Virginia Beach," Huffman, three time tour- 
nament chairman said. 

•'Shark fishing is exciting. It's not Uke, what I call 
hassel fishing, and it is not wasteful like blues fishing 
can be. For example people may catch 50 or 60 blue fish 
and throw three quarters of them away. 

"And secondly, we hold the tournament to learn 
more about sharks. The ones which aren't large, under 



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Huffman said the most exciting part of shark 

wrangling comes near the end of the grueling fight. 
"The most exciting part of the catch," he said, "is 

tailing him; that is, trying to get the fish to the back of 

the boat and tie him down. 
"At that point, the shark is excited, you're excited, 

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OMcyMicttterted 

Huffman said all types of people fish for sharks. 
There is no trend, and Virginia Brach fishermen com- 
prize about half of the people who enter the shark tour- 
nament. 

"All kinds of people fish for sharks." he said, 
"people like you and me, on down to children and small 
women. The reason why there are so many different 
people into it, is because there is nothing like it. 

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you've eaten shark meat once, you'll tove it. 

"UsittUy we have about 50 people enter the tour- 
nament, tat this year we're looking for 100. Usu^y 
about half of the fishermen are from Virginia Beach." 

To catch tl» sharks. Huffman uses chum, a fish 
blood and guts mixture, and a IS foot stainless stell 
leader. 

"I sink the chum down to the bottom of the ocean," 
he said, "and leave some also at the top of the water and 
mid way down. This is to attract the sharks to our 
location. Then we use any bait we can think of to hook 
them. 

"You don't have to use steel leaders, though, but it 
(See CHUM page 9) 



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makes it easier. But, the smaller the rig, the harder and 
more fun the fight." 

PIciity of ikMrki around 

Huffman also s«yi, sharks in this area are plottiful. 

"I can uke you right out to the Chesapeake Bay and 
find you sharks," Huffman said. 

"They are alio off Fort Story, the Virginia Beach and 
Lynnhaven fishing piers, Mojack Bay, and the Cape 
Henry wreck. 

"But the best place for them is about 30 miles off 
shore at the Triangle wreck . 

"There are plenty of good shark fishing spots, and I 
hope someone who has Bivtt caught one before wins the 
tournament. I'm tired of seeing the same old winners. 

For more information on the tournament call 481- 
O700or48l-1938. 




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Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, July 9, 1980 9 

Previous shark 
snaring winners 

1976 - Bob Waltact, WillUmsburg, 363 lb. lemon 
shark taken off the Cape Henry wreck off Fort Story. 

1977 - No winner due to bad weather and cold tem< 
peratures. The contest was held in October, the same 
month the Chesapeake Bay froze over. 

1978 - Gary Seay, Virginia Beach, first and second 
place for an 851 '/i lb. and a 518 pound tiger shark; the 
first caught at the Triangel wreck, and second at the 
Cape Charles Lighthouse. Third place went to Ted 
SMfcaal, Virginia Beach, who caught a 190 lb. sand 
tiger shark at the C 10 bouy, off the Plantation Light 
house. 

1979 . BWy Walker, Virginia Beach, a 266 tiger shark 
caught off the Triangle wreck; and Gary Stay, a 212 lb. 
tiger shark caught at the Triangle wreck. 



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Proposals to curb traffic 



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•Other recommendations of the committee are: 

•Erect signs at the entry points to the resort area 
directing motorists to the lesser-used parking facilities. 

•Erect uniform signs identifying parking lots that can 
be seen from a minimum distance of one-half block. 

•Maintain on-street, metered parking whenever prac- 
tical increasing the fee to encourage turnover. 

•The city should purchase or lease selected vacant 
parcels along Pacific Avenue. 

•Second-level parking should be considered wherever 
feasible. Hie ground level could be used for commerical 
and cultural activities and the upper level for parking. 
Developement should be encouraged through tax incen- 
ti^^s and zoning ordinances. 



•Modify the comprehensive zoning ordinance to 
allow a property owner to participate in a public 
parking facility when on-site parking cannot be 
provided. Money collected by the city would be placed 
in a special fund for the acquisition and constructi(Hi or 
public parking lots and the second-level parking 
facilities. 

•Create forking areas along the section of Shore 
Drive extending through Seashore State Park and 
mitiate a shuttle bus service for these areas. 

•Imtall curte and sictewalks on the numbered streets 
providii^ driveway entrances for residents and erecting 
unifomr attractive signs indicating where parking is 
allowed or prohibited. 

•Erect signs designating the public beach area and 



signs directing traffic to. Fort Story. 

•Since bayfront beaches are underutilized because of 
lack of access and parking, improve all the existing 
rights of way leading to the waterfront, paving and in- 
stalling curbs and ^dewalks. 

•City Council shoukl petition the commonwealth of 
Virginia to permit day use of the beach In addition to 
overnight camping. 

•Expand the parkii^ area at Little Island Park (San- 
dbridge) from 6S0 to approximatdy 1000 s|»ces, using 
signs to direct residents and visitors to the facility. 

•Improve, but do not enlarge, the parking lots at both 
ends of Croatan Beach. 

•Erect agns dengnating the public beach area and 

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signs directing traffic to Camp Pendleton. 

•Establish a scries of collection points from which 
shuttle buses could be operated to take people to what 
the report finds are the lesser used beaches of Camp 
Pendleton, Little Island Park and the entrance to False 
Cape Park. 

•Create an intw-departmental task force of a parking 
authority to establish policy, obtain funding and con- 
struct and maintain parking facilitiw, 

•Petition the State Highway Department to erect 
signs on 1-64 and Routes 44 and 13 indicating beaches 
other than the resort strip. 

•Institute a week-end radio program advising the 
availability of lesser-used beaches. 

•If the congestion in residential areas continues 
unabated after implementation of these recommen- 
dations, then a priority parking allocation should be 
established for residents of designated areas. 

Provide public restroom facilities at or in the vicinity 
of the public parking facilities. 



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Troubled times ahead? 

(Continued from page 6) 

friendly robot that dusts furniture, runs errands and 
helps kids with their homework may never be realized, 
but robots such as the PUMA 500, an advanced robot 
made by Unimation, Inc. , are in our future. 

The men of metal will work three shifts a day without 
a coffee break, even on holidays. Surprisingly, however, 
labor seems more receptive to robots than management. 
The extreme conservatism of manufacturers has been a 
real barrier to robou. The United Auto Workers, on the 
other hand, has expressed no objection to the presence 
of robots within the automotive industry. 

Although workers may be displaced temporarily and 
need retraining foUowing the introduction of robots, in- 
creased production will stimulate the economy, thereby 
creating more cerebral job slots for workers. 

Ecoaony caoscs dowiieis 

What Are The Prospects For Hyper-Infaltion In 
America?... With the highest rate of peacetime inflation 
in our nation's history, could the American economy 
survive if inflation reached triple-digit leveb? 

According to several leading economists interviewed 
in NEXT magazine, the answer is **yes.*' However, the 
United Stat^ would experience: 

•A rising crime rate. 

•A return to the barter system for a growing percen- 
tage of economic transactions. 

•MmNc hoarding, as people seek to get rid of 
depreciating currency and replace it with something of 
tangible value. 

•The virtual elimination of savings at both the in- 
dividual ami institutional levels, as everybody seeks to 
be a "net borrower*' as a he^ i^inst the inflationary 
erosion of the dollar 'S purchasing power. 

•People Increasingly seeking lodging with friends 
rather than staying at hot^ or motels when they travel. 

The one apparent, but nevertheless misleading, 
benefit of hyper-inflation is that it would virtually 
eliminate unemployment for all but the structurally 
unemployable. 

This is because businessmen would find it cheaper to 
hire more people to get a job done rather than 
borrowing money at stratospheric rates to buy machines 
to modernize or ui^ade productivity. 



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Travelers from across the nation flock to Virginia 
Beach annually. Some for the warm sun; some for the 
cool surf, some for both. 

But whatever the reason for visiting the Beach, there 
IS one thing everyone wants to know after they get here: 
Where to go After The Sun Goes Down... 



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111 Virginia Beach Boulevard 



July 7-12: Eddie Shaw and Wolfgang 
July 13-15: Mike's Touring Band 
July 16-20: McCaine 
July 23-27: Cripple Creek. 
Juiy30-August3: Seabird 









1709 Pacific Avenue 



July 9, and 10: Home Grown Vigilante Band 

July 1 1 and 12: Sutters Gold Streak 

July 13-15: Va. Fire Band 

July 16-20: Boothill 

July 21 and 22: Street Talk 

July 23-27: Super 6rit 

July 28 and 29: Allstare 

July 30- August 3: Snuff 

August 4 and 5: States 

August 6-7: Skip Castro 

August 8 and 9: Brice Street Band 

August 13-17: Home Grown Vigilante Band 

August 1 8 and 1 9: Street Talk 

August 20-24: Super Grit Cowboy Band 

August 27-September 9: Snuff 

Sept. rO-14: Boothill Express 



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The Snard Brothers, seven nights a week through Sep- 
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July 11-15: Pat Cooper 

July 16-24: Herb Reed & Platters 

July 25-29: AIMartino 

August 11-17: Millionaires 

August 18-31: Command Performance 



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July9: Robin LmwaiidtlMChtrtBaftfn. 

July 15.-20: Hot Oriccs 

July 22-27: Duiie 

July 29-August 3: Stalrcaic 

August 5-10: HotCskcs ' 

August 12-17: Danlc 

August 19-24: HotOritct 

August 24: EariScrngi 

August 26-31: StahfOMc 



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July 7-13: Sandcastle 

July 14: Harvest 

July 15-20: The Fat Anunon*! Mid 

July 21-27: Harvest 

August 3: Chaser 

August 4-10: Ready Mix 

August 11-18: Songbird 

August 19-24: The Fat Ammon's Band 

August 25-31: Mainstream 



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July 14 and 15: Tricks 
July 16-20: Eailcoast 
July 22-27: BvMt 
July 28-29: Stercraie 
July 30-August 2:IUve 
August 3-5: Vitiate Fire Band 
August 26-31: BaMt 



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July 9-12: Hot Calces 
July 13: JohoPrine 
July 16 and 17: SynbolS 
July 20: States 
July 21: Jan and Dean 
July 23-26: Songbird 
July 30-August 2: Hot Cakes 
August 6-9: mi Deai 

August 13-16: FatAmmon 
August 20-23: Symbols 
August 27-30: Hot Cakes 



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July 7-20: Sam Vine 

July 21-27: Billy Fellows 

July 28- August 3: The Sounds of the Drifters 

August 4-17: Sonny Turner 

August 18-31: The Millionaires 

Sept. 1-7: The Sounds of the Drifters. 




Chorus 
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performed 



A Chorus Line. 



Virginia Be^h raldents are invited to see "A Chorus Line," opening Wednesday 
August 6 at Chrysler Hall. 

Sponsored by the Tidewater Broadway Scries, show reservations, and season sub- 
scnptions may be obtained by calling 627-2829, Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. 



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Backdoor Pub, 1284 Laskin Road: The Madhatter,. 

Tuesdays through Sundays, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. 



Gangplank II, 1284 Laslcin Road: Debbie Fnlcber, 

Wednesdays through Sundays, 8:30 -.m. to 1:30 a.m. 



Howard Johnson's, 39th and Atlantic Avenue. 
"The McCloud Band" appearing nightly. 



Hunt Rooni,original Cavalier Hotel, 42nd Street; big 
band sounds of Tommy Gwaltney, Fridays and Satur- 
days, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. 



Orion's Roof, 42nd street, top of new Cavalier I 
Hotel; big band sounds of Al DeHanis, Tuesdays 
through Sundays from 8:30 p.m. to 1 &.m. Mondays: 
"Cnff" 



Round Room, Saturday nights: Billy Morris and Or- 
che^ra, 8:30 p.m. to Sunday, Tuesday, and Fridays, 
**Oldies but Goodies." 



No charge for listings 

After The Sun Goes Down is presented free 
of charge by The Virginia Beach Sun 
newspaper as a public service to its readers. To 
include your bar or nightclub featuring live en- 
tertainment in After The Sun Goes Down, 
send information to The Virginia Beach Sun, 
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By MILDRED SINGCO 

Special to tl^ Sun 

Virginia Beach may be a fun place for people in the 
summer, but The Humane Society of the United States 
(HSUS) warns that it can be hazardous for dogs. 

"Rover is not built for the beach,'* warns Phyllis 
Wright, Director of Animal Control and Sheltering for 
HSUS. Wright says that hot sun, hot sand, saltwater, 
and insects can combine to make a day at the seaside a 
miserable-or even fatal-outing for your dog. 

Sunshine dangerous to dogs 

The sun itself is the most dangerous enemy at the 
beach. Dogs can't sweat as people do, and overheat 
easily. Wright warns never, ever to take a 6o% on the 
b^^ between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. The sun 
is simply too intense. If you must take Rover to the 
beach, be absolutely sure he has enough shade. Rent an 
umbrella just for lUm if you have to>-unless he's very 
small the shade from your beach chair won't be enough. 

Sand is also a prime offender. The pads of a dog's 
feet have as many nerves as humans' do, and if the sand 
is hot enough to burn your feet, it's hot enough to burn 
your dog's too. To make matters worse, a dog will often 
Uck the burnt foot, ingest the sand, and make himself 
sick in the process. 

If your dog begins panting heavily with sides heaving, 
or if his tongue is turning deep red or purple, he may be 
in the early stages of heat prostration. If this happens, 
immediate action Is necessary to prevent brain damage 
and death. 

The important thing is to cool him fast. Douse him 
with water, or wet a towel and wrap it around him. Feed 
him ice cubes or ice cream, but never unlimited water. 
An overheated dog can easily drink itself to death. Even 
if the dog is not overheated, small amounts of water 
given frequently are preferabte to large amounts given 
less often. 

Saltwater kffls fleas 

The ocean can be fun for a dog, but it can also be 
dangerous. The saltwater may kill fleas, but it dries out 
the skin, which can exacerbate itching problems. Dogs 
don't understand the effects of things like tides and un- 
dertows, so know when he is getting tired and make 
him come out. Often a dog's loyalty to his master will 
push him out beyond the breakers to fetch that ball or 
frisbee when he is simply too tired to get himself safely 
back to shore. 

Wright also reminds owners to remove flea collars 
before allowing dogs to swim. The chemicab which kiU 
fleas are activated by water, and too rapid a release can 
kiU the dog aloi^ with the fleas. 

Also remember that the fact that your d(^ has a fur 
coat does not mean he can't get a sunburn. Shaved dogs 
are especially prone to this, Wright says, another reason 
to leave your dc^'s coat its normal length year round. 

If you must take your dog to the beach, Wright ad- 
vises, remember to take all necessary precautions. The 
best place for your dog while you enjoy the beach is at 
home. Wind, sand, surf, and dogs are not a safe com- 
bination. 



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Virginia Beach Parks 



July Beachactivities 



The VirgiBUi Bea^ DqMtftnmit of Parks rad 
Rioa^km Has announced its Inly cataMiar of evenU: 

9: Pool tmirnan^nt, pre-tems, 6 to 7 p.m., teens 4 
to 5 p.m., VBRC/Bow Oreek. For more information 
C8U463-(^3. 

9: City-wide Teen Ping Pong Tournament, 
r^iftraticm 6 p.m., Prince» Ani^ High School, more 
informirtion call youth activities, 467-4884. 

14H Little Island trip (or ages 8-12. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., 
^ign up in the Teen Lour^, VBRC/KempsviUe. More 
infonmttton call youth services at 499-1281 . 

11: Banara S^lit Party, Teens and pre-teens, 7 to 9:30 
p.m., VBRC/Bow Creek. For more information call 
463-0505. 

12: Registration for community football, soccer and 
volleyball, 1 to 4 p.m., ar^ eknientary schools. For 
more information call Athletics IK 467-5448. 

12: Second Annual Pre-Teen/Teen Olympics, 9 a.m., 
VBRC/Kemi^viUe, softball/soccer fields. Age groups: 
6-8; 9-11; 12-14; 15-17. Events include: 50 yard dash, 
shuttle run, 220 yard dash, 440 yard run, baseball toss, 
jump alid reach, standing broad jump. Ribbons awar- 
(ted. Pre-registration begins June 16 and ends July 11. 
Conuct athletic services at 499-1281 . 

12: "Chratmas in July", get a head start on hoUday 
decorating and gift ideas by attending this hands-on 
workshop. Local craft spedalasts and representatives 
from major arts and crafts companies will conduct the 
prc^ram, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., VBRC/KcmpsviUe. Fee per 
person. For more informaticm, call aduh services at 499- 
1281. 

12: Bam Dance, all ages, 7 to 10 p.m., VBRC/Bow 
Creek. For more information, ciOl 463-0505. 

12: Oaiebo Gatherings, 3 to 6 p.m., Bayville Park, 
music and art show, for more information odl adult ac- 
tivities at 467-4884. 

U: Tidewwto' Westoii Riders Youth Horse Show, 9 
a.m., Princen Anne Park Horse Ring. Call 467-2027 
f(^ infcNTou^n. 

13: Art in the Parks program features the^/ollowing 
on July 13. For m(»e informa^m caU youth levities at 
467-4884. 

•2 p.m., "The Morcfaant of Venice", Shakespeare- 
by-tiM4iea, Newport fkm Park. 

•7 p.m.: "Four Star EcUtlon", Atlantic Fteet Band, 
Norwe^an Lady IHu-k, 25^ and Atlantic. 

•7 p.m.: '*Sk>rybook Theatre Company", Princeto 
AnnePark. 

•7 p.m.: *'Pupp^ - "The Wan>adoodle Puppet 
Company" - BayvlQe Farms Park. ^ 

14: Virginia Beach "OoMd" Tabte Tennis H>ur- 
nament, sii^e elimination, Vii^ia Bemh table tennis 
entfiusiasts invited to participate, 7 p.m.. Room 117, 
VBRC/KempsviUe. Trophies awarded. Register in Ad- 
ministration office, VBRC/KempsvUle or VBRC/Bow 
Creek. For more information, call ^9-1281 . 

14; Rap session m Drug Abuse, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., 
Teens and pre-teois; VBRC/KempsviUe. For more in- 
formation, caU Youth Services at 499-1281 . 

15: Pre-teen Birthday Party, 2 to ^ p.m., 
VBRC/Kempsvilte. For more information, caU youth 
services at 499-1281. 



Teen wdglitfifliag 

16: City-wide Teen Wdghtlifting Contest, 7 p.m., 
Bayside High School, for more information, call ymith 
activities at 467-4884. 

17: Putt-Putt Ooif, 7 to 10 p.m., a^ 13-17, sign up 
in the teen lounge of the VBRC/KempsvUte. Fee. For 
mofe Infc^nution, caU youth services at 499-1281 . 

"** tanp« Pool tournament, pre-teens 4 to 5 p.m., 
teeM 6 to 7 p.m., VBRC/Bow Creek. For more infor- 
nMtfottf^ 4^*0505. 

It: Pre-teen/Teen Tatent Show, 7 to 9 p.m., «^ up 
in the te»i kHmge, VBRC/Kempsvitk. For information 
caU youth servkes at ^9-1^1 . 

18: Record INtfty, teens aiKl pre-teois, 7 to 10 p.m., 



Vmc/Bow Creek. For more infc^mation, call 463- 
0»5. 

ttsRe^tratum for community foott»U, soccer and 
vcrtleyball, 1 to 4 p.m. area denraitary schools, for 
m(»e mformation, odl atMtics at 467-5448. 

19: C.L.A.S.P. Dance^ 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., 
VBRC/Bow Cttekt for more infcmnation catt sMti ser- 
vices at 467-4884. 

19: City-wide K-9 Frisbee Catch and Fetch Contest, 
10 a.m., CaU youth activities at 467-4884 for rules and 
entry forms. 

19; Pre-teen/teen skating, 1 to 4 p.m., bring own 
skates, VBRC/Kmnpsville. For more information call 
Youth Services at 499-1281 . 

19: Archery tournament, 3 p.m., Multi-purpOM 
room, VBRC/KempsviUe. Open to adults and youth 12 
years md up. Ribbons awarded. Pre-r^tratidn with 
athletic services, call 499-1281 for more information. 

19: Spades tournament, 6 p.m., Room 117, 
VBRC/KempsviUe. Refreshments and imzes. More in- 
formation and registration, caU adult services at 499- 
1281. 

20: Arts in the Parks Program. For complete infor- 
mation caU youth activities at 467-4884. The schedule is 
as foUows: 

•2 p.m.: Esprit Modem Dance Company (Newport 
News Park) 

•7 p.m.: Naval Amphilnous Base "School of Music 
Band" (Norwegian Lady Park) - co-sponsored by C^pe 
Henry Woman's Club. 

•7 p.m., "Sandpiper Folk Dancers (princess Anne 
Park.) 

•7 p.m.: Wappadoodle Puppets (Bayville Farms 
Park). 

2ith: Tidewater Western Ridere Youth Horw Show 
(Rain Date) 9 a.m. Princess Anne Park, scheduled for 
'July 13. 

21: Ping Pong tournament, pre-teens, 1 - 2 p.m., 
teens 5 to 6 p.m., VBRC/Bow Creek. Call 463-0505 for 
information. 

21; Tides Game. 6 - 10 p.m., ag« 8 - 12. Sign up in 
the te«i loui^. VBRC/Konpsvilte, Fee. For more in- 
formation caU youth services at 499-1281 . 

22; Teen Weightlifting Contest, 3 - 4 p.m., 
VBRC/KempsviUe. For more information call the 
youth s^vices at 499-1281 . 

22; Co-ed VoHeybaU CUnic, 6 - 7 p.m., Gym, 
VBRC/KempsviUe. Members of Tidewater VolteybaU 
Association wiU d^onstrate. For more information, 
caU athletics at 499-1281. 

22i Area Chairp^sOns meeting for community foot- 
ball and vottQ^ball, 7:30 p.m., 4700 Recreation Drive. 
For more information, call athletics at 467-4884. 

23: Senim- Citizen couples club trip to Stratford Hall, 
Westmoreland County, Virginia. For more information 
call 467-4316. 

23: aty-!ifpde Teen Weightlifting Contest awards, 7 
p.nu^ &i3^e. For more information call 467-^84. 

2^ Pool Tournament, pre-teens, 6 to 7 p.m.. Teens 4 
to 5 p.m., VBRC/Bow Creek. More information, call 
463-OS)5. 

qq23 and 24: Summer Youth Recrration Program, 1:30 
to ipan., Open swim 3 to 5 p.m. VBRC/KemnsviUe. 
For information call 499- 1 28 1 . 

24: ^yville Park, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., ages 8 to 12, sign 
up in the teen lounge, VBRC/KcmpsviUe^ For more in- 
formation, caU youth services nt 499-1^^1. 

24; AiH)licati<ms avaftri>le for Secoml Annual Tide- 
wat^ JunicMT. Golf Tournament, VBRC/Kemi^ville. 
For more information, caU youth services at 499-1281 . 

24: Appli^tions avaiUble for Second Annual 
Tidewater Junior Golf Tournament to be held August . 
13 ai^ 14. Catt y<Nith «:tiviti6 at 467-4884 for more in- 
fcmna^n. 

24; Fnnily Fun h^t at 13 ne^borhood youth ac- 
tivity centers, 6 to 8: 15 p.m., oUI ymith iM^tivittes at 467- 
4^4 for site kK^ticms. 

25; A^tM^ Go^ 4 to 7 p., age U - 17« s^ up in 
the teen ^i^ at the VBRC/Konpsvilk. CaU ycwth 

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features 

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Antoine-Louis Barye 
(1798-1875) captured the 
dramatic struggle between 
the mythic hero Theseus 
and the half-tHiH, half- 
man Minotaur in this cast 
bronze work recently 
acquired by the Virginia 
Museum through the 
nenrty-established Charles 
G. Thalhimer Family 
Fund. Hie work wiUbe on 
display through the end of 
July in the Museum's 
Pomodoro Lobby. 



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services at 499-1281 for information. 

25: Teen Dance, 7 to 10 p,m., ages 13 - 17, valid 
Parks and Recreation facility card required. VBRC/ 
Kempsville. For more information, call youth services 
at 499-1281. 

25: Afternoon Cruise aboard the "Spirit of Norfolk" 
for senior citizens, three hour narrated tour, depart 
VBRC/Kempsville at 11:30 a.m., and return at 5 p.m. 
Fee must be paid by July 11. Lunch available on board. 
Call adult services at 499- 1 28 1 for reservations. 

25: Open Game Room Challenge Night, 5:30 to 9:30 
p.m., VBRC/Bow Creek. For more information, call 
463-0505. 

25: 1 1th Annual Little Miss Virginia Beach Pageant, 8 
p.m.. Plaza Junior High School. Call adult activities at 
467-4884 for information. 

26: Atlantic Saddle Club Horse Show, 7 p.m.. Prin- 
cess Anne Park Horse Arena, for more information call 
467-2027. « 

26: State-wide K-9 Catch and Fetch Contest, 6 p.m., 
VBRC/Kempsville. More information call youth ac- 
tivities at 467-4884. 

26: Acey Dorecey Instruction and games, pre-teens 1 



to 2 p.m., teens 4 tp 5 p.m., VBRC/Bow Creek. More 
information, call 463-0505. 

26: Adult Wdghtlifting Me^, ages 18 and up. S p.m., 
exercise room of VBRC/Kempsville. Events include: 
military press, bench press, curls, lata and leg press. 
Various weight classes, ribbons awarded. Sign up in 
weight room or in athletic services office, for more In- 
formation call 499- 1 28 1 . 

26 and 27: Backpacking in George Washington 
National Forest, for details and registration, call adult 
services at499-128 1 , VBRC/Kempsville. 

27: Pizza Party, teens 2 to 5 p.m., reservations by 
July 24, VBRC/Bow Creek, call 463-0505 for infor- 
mation. 

27: Arts in the Parks Program, more information call 
youth activities at 467-4884. 7 p.m. - Bsprit Modem 
Dance Company (Norwegian Lady Park). 

28: This week '*Kids Dog Show" at 25 neighborhood 
youth activity centers, for more informationc all youth 
activHies 467-4884. 

2S: Midsummer's Ice Cream Festival, 12 noon to 2 
p.m., ages 6 to 12, teen loui^, VBRC/Kempsville. For 
more information, call youth services 499-1281. 

29 aad 29: Teen Center Summer Basketball League 



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Rosewood Memorial Park 

631 WitdidMck Road 497-^25 
C. C. Kifk^atifek 



EngineeriQg Media, Inc. 

6a6E. Liberty street 
Cliarles Hackworth and Staff 



Charlie's Seafood Restaurant 

3139 Shore Drive 491-9863 
Mary E. Rchpclz and Employees 

Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Padfk Aveaue 428-9161 

Overton's Market 

1419Poiiidcxter Street 545-9496 
The Overtons and Employees 

Mill-End Oirpet Shop 

4740 Virginia Beach Blvd. ^-4854 
Taylor B. Carr and Employees 

Furniture Showrooms 

828 E.UtdeCre^ Road 

2981 S.MWtary Highway 

Sandy BoNn and Employees 



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Kempsville Pharmacy 

329 Kempsville Flaza 



If everyone were perfect ... in his body, soul and 

mind . . . then the folics who had compassion 

would be mighty liard to find ... For each Hving 
thing thai suffers ... is a challenge to the rest .. . 
It's God*s own way of measuring . . . tlie kindne^ 






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play-offs, 7 p.m.. VBRC/Kem|»ville. More infor- 
mation, call youth activities at 467-4884. 

29: Adult FU^ Footbatt c<»ches* meeting, 7:3<) p.m., 
4700 Recreation Drive, for more information, caU 
Athletics at 467-5448. 



29: Family Fun Night at 12 neighborhood youth ac- 
tivity centers, 6 to 8:15 p.m., call youth activities at 467- 
4884 for site locations. 



30: Chincoteague Pony Round-Up, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., 
ages eight to 12. Sign up in the teen Icmnge, 
VBRC/KempsvUle. More information, call youth ser- 
vices, at 499-1281. 



31: Yo-Yotympics, pre-teens and teem, sign up in the 
teen lounge, VBRC/Kempsville. For more inftmhatimi, 
caU youth services at 499-1281 . 

31: Simper Pocrf Toumamrat, pre-teou, 4 to 5 p.m., 
teens 6 to 7 p.m., VBRC/Bow Creek. For more infdr- 
mation, call 463-0505. 






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4588 PeiriNrttte Mai ^7-4821 
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1635 UsUn Road 426-0327 
30e-A North Battlefield BM. 



Todd Electric Company 

Henry and Moms Todd and Staff 

Chesapeake Savings and Loan 

Frank N. Wood and AsMdatcs 



Souttem States 
Omapeate Assoc., Inc. 

1764 S. MUttary H^way 420-2841 
Cfyde G. Fentress and Personnel 

J. D. Miles and Sons, Inc. 

J. D. Miles Jr. and Associates 



Keilam and Eaton Inc. 
Building Supplies 

Princess Anne Station 427-3200 
Frank and David Keilam 



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VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's Office oT the Ciraiit Court 

of the City of Virginia Beach on the 11 th Day of June, 

19S0. 

C. L. Pincus, Jr.. t/a C. L. Kncus, Jr. & Cmnpany, 

Complainant, 

V. 

RidMrd A. Hewitt uid Iris F. Hewitt 

340VUtageRoad 

aty of Vh^afai Beach, Vi^inia 

Jerry D. Gardner and Nancy T. Gardner 

616GayDriVie 

aty of Vi^iia BeKh, Vhginia 

Lemley T. RodfcrsiaBd Leiia F. Rodgers 
Serve By Order of PubUci^n 

Bay Colony Develf^Hnent, Inc., 

a Vhii^ corporation 

c/oR^ard A. Hewitt, 

R^iMercd Agent 

340 ViUage Road 

aty of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Donald L. McKnight and Alice M. McKnight 

im Windsor Road 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Mutual Federal Savings and Loan Association 

Serve tfny officer 

74S Duke Street 

City of Norfolk, Vh^ginia 

FredJacobson 
228-50th Street 
aty of Vii^nia Beach, Virginia 

Edwin Jacobson 

207 Park Road 

aty of Portsmouth, Virginia 

John B. Dinsmore and Georgia C. Dinsmore 

1121 Bruton Lane 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

George N. Byrd 

2701 Hood arde 

aty of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

John B. Preston and Carol R. Preston 

448 Discovery Road 

City of Virgintt Beach, Virginia 

C. Wesley Und^ and Dianne D. Lindell 

1220 Oyd^dale Lane 

aty of Vir^nia Beach, Vir^nia 

Edward L. Phillips and Patricia W. PhiUips 

929 Windsor Road 

aty of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

John T. AtWnwn and Elizabrth W. Atkinson 

1408 Berkshire Lane 

aty of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

WUliam H. Stames and Patricia R. Stames 

VFlOl 

Nas Oceana . 

aty of Vii^nia Beach, rirgima 

Colonial service Corporation, a Virginia corporation 

c/o Guilford D.Ware, 

Registered Agent 

1640 Virginia National Bank Building 

City of Norfolk, Virginia 

William Drinkwatcr and Dale S. Drinkwater 

1228 Bruton Lane 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Colonial Service Corporation, a Virginia corporation, 

ami 

Floyd R. Davis, 

Partners Trading As CSD Enterprises, 

a Virginia |»rtncrship 

Guilford D. Ware, 

Registered Agait for Colonial Service Corporation 



1640 Virginia National Bank Building 

City of Norfcrfk, Virginia 

and 

HoydR. Davis 

141 Virpim ^a^h Blvd. West 

City of Norfolk, Virginia 

Frederkk P. Aucaitfp and Barbara A. Aucamp 

1233 frutCNi Lane 

aty of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Seaboard Savmgs and Loan Association, 

a Virginia corporation 

Serve: 

H. Calvin Spain 

Registered Agent 

101 N. Lyimhaven road 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Ronnie O. I^vis, Trustee for 
Seaboard Savings and Loan Association 

1 1 25 Michaelwood Drive 

City of Virginia ^ach, Virginia 

H. Calvin Spain, Trustee for 
Seaboard Savings and Loan Association 
101 N. Lynnhaven Koad 
aty of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

J. E. Etheridge, Trustee for 

Mutual Federal Savings and Loan Association 

901 Greenway Court 

Norfolk, Virginia 

Paul N. Lesner, Trustee for 

Mutual Federal Savmgs and Loan Association 

1911 Foxhound Lane 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

L. Cleaves Manning, Trustee for 

Mutual Federal Savings and Loan Association 

820 Citizens Trust Building 

City of Portsmouth, Virginia 

First & Merchants National Bank 

Serve any of ficcr 

IBank Street 

aty of Norfolk, Virginia 

Clyde H. Jacob, Jr. , Trustee for 
First Sl Merchants National Bank 
I Bank Street 
City of Norfolk, Virginia 

Joseph S. Lovering, Jr.. Trustee for 
First A Merchants National Bank 
1 Bank Street 
aty of Norfolk, Virginia 

Claroice W. Keel. Trustee for 
S^board Savii^ and Loan Association 
3829 Old Farm Road 
City of Chesapeake, Virginia 

E. T. Caton, Trustee Under Deed of Trust 

from William Drinkwater and Dale S. Drinkwater dated 

Februarys, 1980 

Ism Pacific Avenue 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Atlantic Permanent Savings and Loan Association, Inc. 

740 Boush Street 

City of Norfolk , Virginia 

Hugh L.Dougherty, Trustee 

for Atlantic Permanent Savings and Loan Association, 

Inc. 

740 Boush Street 

City of Norfolk , Virginia 

P. Douglas Richard, Trustee for 

Atlantic Permanent Savings and Loan Association, Inc. 

404 Kempsville Lane 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia 

C. B. White, Trustee for 

Atlantic Permanent Savings and Loan Association, Inc. 



»38 Westminister Avenue 
aty of Norfolk, Vir^nia, 

Defendants. 

ORDfiR OF PUBLICATION 

The object of the above-styled suit is to obtain a judg- 
m^t agmnst defendant Lemley T. Rodgers and others 
for certain labor, materials and equipment expended by 
plaintiff, C. L. Pincus, Jr. at the request of Lemley T. 
Rodgers and others in the development of North 
Linkhom Park and North Linkhorn Park Extended 
located in the City of Virginki Beach, and to enforce 
pteintiffs right to a mechanic's lien against certain lot* 
in said development, including lots owned by said 
Lemley T. Rodgers and his wife, Lelia F. Rodgers. 

And, it apparii^ by affidavit filed wxording to law 
that Lemley T. Rodgm ami Lelia F. Rodgers, defen- 
dants in the captioned matter, are not residents of this 
State, it is therefore ORDERED that the said Lemley T. 
Rodgers and Lelia F. Rod^s appear on or before July 
31 1980, in the Clerk's Office of this Court and do what 
is ifcessary to protect their interests. 

And it is further ORDERED that this Order be 
published once a week for four successive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach sun newspaper printed in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styrod, D.C. 
I ask for this: 

Joseph R. Lassjter, Jr., Atly. 
1010 Plaza One, P. O. Box 3508 
Norfolk, Virginia 23514 
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will con- 
duct a Public Hearing on Wednesday, July 16, 1980, at 
7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Administration 
Building, Municipal Center, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
The staff briefing will be at 7:00 p.m. in the City 
Manager's Conference Room. The following ap- 
plications win appear on the agenda. 
REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. Helen Farris requests a variance to allow parking of 
major recr=eational equipment in front of a building in- 
stead of behind the nearest portion of a building ad- 
jacent to a public street on Lot 22, Block B, Section 1, 
Cedar Hill, 5670 Pin Oak Court. Kempsville Borough. 

2. Robert W. and Barbara N. Hudgins, Contract 
Owners, request a variance of 0.5 feet to a 14.5 foot side 
yard adjacent to a street (Angel Fish Lane) instead of 15 
feet as required on Lot E, Tract D, Sectiwi 2, San- 
dbridge Beach, 3357 Sandfiddler Road. Pungo 
Borough. 

3. Pnul E. and Betty B. Fultz request a variance of 9.6 
feet to a 20.4 foot setback from Independence 
Boulevard instead of 30 feet as required (through tot - 
swimming pool) on Lot 11, Section 15, Lake Smith 
Terace, 1328 Five Forks Road. Bayside Borough. 

4. Sidney H. and Hilda H. Vernon rwjuest a variance of 
4 feet to a 16 foot side yard adjacent to a street (Aqua 
Avenue) instead of 20 feet as required on Lot ^, Block 
17. Croatan Beach, South Atlantic Avenue. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

5. Jerome B. and Sandra K. Friedman request a varian- 
ce of 10 feet to a "O" side yard setback (north property 
line) and of 10 feet to a **0*' rear yard setback instead of 
10 feet each as required (accessory building) on Lot 8, 
Block N, Section 8, Part 2, Fairfield, 5312 FairhUl 
Court. Kempsville Borough. 

6. Robert H. and Shirley A.-Fahrney request a variance 
of 10.5 feet to a 19.5 foot front yard setback (Parkside 
Place) instead of 30 feet as required (accessory building) 
on Lot 1. Block C, Section 1, Laurel Cove. 1300 Conrad 
Lane. Lynnhaven Borough. 

7. Terry M. and Debra K. Speer request a variance of 7 
feet to a 3 foot side yard setback (north property line) 
and of 3 fe^ to a 7 foot rear setback instead of 10 feet as 
required (accessory building) on Lot 181, Section 1, 
Brigadoon, 5440 MacQueen Drive. Kempsville 

Bor(High. 

8. Paul L. Strassberg by mithaniel J. Ccrfien, Attori^y, 
requests a variance of 7 feet to a "0** rear yard setlawk 
inst^Ki of 7 feet as previously approval by the Bo&td of 
Zoning ApiK^ (l2-12-70-open decks) on Part of Site 
A, IHvision of Site 2, Oconee Avenue, Oconee Pwk. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 






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9. qjnthia Boyance^equcits A variahc^ of 3 parking 
spacekto 14 parking spaces inst^d of 17 parking spaces 
as required (flea market and snack bar) on Lot 33 
Bradford Park, 4709 Tulip Drive, Unit 7. Bayside 
Borough. 

10. Robert G. Wood requests a variance of 3 feet 5 in- 
ches to a 6 foot 7 inch rear yard setback instead of JO 
feet as required (accnsory building) on Lot 33, Block E, 
Section 1, Cardinal Esutes, 1313 Canary Drive. Prin- 
cess Anne Borough. 

11. Brooks M. and Deborah M. McCormick request a 
variance of 4 feet in fence height to an 8 foot fence in- 
stead of a 4 foot fence as allowed in a required yard 
from a street on Lot 1. Block L, Phase l-F, The Ukcs. 
3300 Menon Court. Princess Anne Borough. 

12. J. Stuart Hume requests a variance of 6 feet in fence 
height to a 10 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required front yard (enclose tennis court) 
on part of Tract "A*\ Propertvof R. Guy and Grace C. 
Thrasher, Forest Hills. 2883 River Road. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

13. John A. Pitts requests a variance of 5 feet to a 5 foot 
rear yard setback instead of 10 feet as required (ac- 
cessory building) on Lot 17. Block 6, Section 5 
Aragona Village. 781 Stell Lane. Bayside Borough. 

14. Ralph C. Guy requests a variance of 10 feet to a 40 
foot front yard setback instead of 50 feet as required 
(addition) on Parcel 226, North Landing Area, 3305 
Heffington Drive. Princess Anne Borough. 

15. Gilbert H. Wilson requests a variance of 0.8 feet to a 
7.2 foot side yard setback (east side) and of 8 feet to a 
VO" side yard setback (west side) instead of 8 feet each 
as required (semi-detached dwelling) on Lot 12, Block 
109, Linkhorn Park, 402 35th Street. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

16. Marsha Lynn Building Corporation requests a 
variance of 1 1 feet to a 9 foot rear yard setback instead 
of 20 feet as required (swimming popl) on Lot 4, Block 
T, Section 1, Townhomcs of Chimney Hill, Keats Drive 
Kempsville Borough. 

DEFERRED AGENDA: 

I. K & K Management, Inc. requests a variance of 1 
free-standing ?ign to 2 free-standing signs instead of 1 
free-standing sign as allowed on Parcel, Minnix Nursery 
Property near Elizabeth River Shores, 400 S. Military 
Highway. Kempsville Borough. 
READVERTISEMENT: 

1 . McDonald's Nursery requests a variance of 24 feet to 
an 11 foot front yard setback instead of 35 feet as 
required and of 1 foot to a 6 foot setback for the free- 
standing sign instead of 7 feet as required on Parcel 002, 
Reedtown Area, 1 144 Independence Boulevard. Bayside 
Borough. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEAR BEFORE THE 

BOARD. 

W. L. Towers 

Secretary 

2t7/9VB 



NOTICE TO THE PUBUC OF PROPOSED RATB 

INCREASE BY THE CHESAPEAKE AND POTOMAC 

TELEPHONE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA 

Notice is hereby given that on June 2, 1980, The 
Chesapeake and Potomoc Telephone Company of 
Virginia filed with the State Corporation Commission of 
Virginia an application requesting increases in certain 
of its rates and charges for telephone service. The 
Commission has scheduled a public hearing cm the 
application in its courtroom in the Blanton Building, 
Richmond, Virginia, commencing at 10:00 a.m. on 
Thursday, September 4, 1980. 

The Company filed with its application the testimony 
and exhibits of the witnesses it proposes to offer at the 
hearing in support of its application. All material filed 
by the Company may be reviewed in the Qerk's Office 
of the Commission or at any office of the Company 
where bills may be paid. 

On or before August 18, 1980, all persons who expect 
to participate at the hearing as a party Protestant must 
file and serve a Protest in conformity with the 
Commission's Rules of Practice and Procedure, and 
likewise shall file ten copies of all prepared testimony 
and exhibits of the witnesses which each such person 
expects to offer at the hearing, and shall serve a copy 
thereof upon counsel for the Company and forthwith 
furnish a copy to all other Protestants requesting same. 

Any interested person (public witness) who desires to 
make a statement at the hearing in his own behalf. 



either for or i^ainst the application tor increased rates, 
but not participate in the hearing as a Protestant, need 
only appear in the Commission's Courtroom at 9:45 
a.m. on Thursday. September 4, 19^. and complete a 
Notice of Appearance Form provided by the Commiss- 
ion. All pubHc witnesses will be heard as expeditiously 
as possible, beginning at 10:00 aon., or shortly 
thereafter, on said date. In orcter thitt the Comnusskn 
may accommodate all who wish to be heard, all pubHc 
witnesses are requested to lunit oral comments to a 
maximum of seven minutes and to notify the 
Commission in writing phor to hearnig (btte so that 
their appearance cm be scheduled. 

All written communications regarding the appHcation 
for increased rates should be addressed to State 
Corporation Commission. Document Goiitrd Center. P. 
0. Box 2118, Richmond, Virginia 23216. 
The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone 
Company of Virginia 
4t7/16 VB _^_ ^ 

SPECIAL a»«MISSIWER'S SA1£ 
Black, Lot 107. EUzabeth River- Shores. Vufinia Beach, 
Vu-ginia. 

Pursuant to and by virtue of a decree of die Circuit 
Court of the Qty of Virginia Beach. Vi^inia, nuute and 
entered on July 9, 1979. in the cause therein pending 
under die style of DePaul Hospital vs. Coy Cooke, et 
als. the undersigned, John J. ^Keefe, IE. and WilUara 
F. Bumside. special commissioners <rf die said Court, 
will offer for sale at PUBUC AUCHON to die highest 
bidder, on the courthouse steps of the Qrcuit Cdurt of 
the aty of Vu-ginia Beach, Vu-ginia, en 

Monday, July 21 , 1980, at 12:00 noon. 
The following described real estate in the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, located in die 3400 Block of 
Sale Drive, Virginia Beach, Virginia: 

Lot 107, Plat of Elizabeth River Shores, 
aty of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
This sale will be subject to the approval and 
confirmation of the Court. 

Terms of Sale: Bidder's Deposit of $500.00. Cash 
Balance within 30 days. 
John J. O'Keefe, lU 
William F. Bumside 

I, Phyllis N. Styron, Deputy, Clerk of die Qrcuit Cbuft 
of the aty of Virginia Beach, Vu-ginia, do hereby certify 
that bond with surety approved by me is sufficient, and 
in thie penalty provided by the aforesafd decree, has 
been given by the said special commissioners. 
Qven under my hand this 17th day of June, 1^0 
Phyllis N. Styron, 

Deputy Clerk, Circuit Court of die aty 
of Virginia Beach, Vu-ginia 
John J. 0'Keefe,in 
P.O. Box 1545 
Chesapeake, Va. 23320 
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and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a r^ident of 
the State of Vh^inia. die 
last known post of^ ad- 
dress being hatteras. Nor- 
th Carolina. It is ordered 
that she do appear on or 
More die 14di of Ai^ust. 
1900, and do what may be 
necessary to protect 1^ 
interest in this suit. 
Afiopy-Tcste: 
J.Ci]rd8Flrttit.aerk 
Kiffib^ly A. Brown. D.C. 
Robert B. Cromwell. Jr. 
Pembroke <hie. Suite 525 
Vi^nia Beach. Vh-ginia 
23462 
4t7/23 VB 

In die Qerk's Office of the 
Circuit C3ourt of the Oty of 
Mrginia Beach, on the 
13di day (tf June. 1980. 
Randall Kenneth Vester. 
Plaintiff, against Sherry 
I^mn Vester. Defendant. 

otamROP 

PUBUCATTCW 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimcmii from the said 
defendant, upon the 

Broadway, A|^. 11, I^xis- 
ton, Texas -77017 it is 
ordered that she do ap- 
pear on or before the 4th 
of Ai^ust, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
grcHinds of separation for 
more'lhan on year. And 

an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of die State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being 3003 

protect her interest in this 

suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit. Oerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

Richard S. Harman 

Plume and Adantic St. 

Nwfdk. Virginia 23510 

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necessary to protect her 
interest m this smt. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 
Kimberly A. Brown. D.C 
Richard S. Harman 
Plume and Atlantic Sts. 
NoifoUc Virginia 23510 
4t7/I6 VB 

In a» Clerk's Office of tbe 
CIrcait Court (tf the aty of 
Vt^inia Beach, on die 
19di day of June. 1960. 
Itoda S. OttTttt. FUdntifr. 
against Michael Garrett, 
Defendant. 

Tlieobjef^K^diissuitis 
for the said piaiittiff to 
obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thbro. to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii at the 
eiQiiratiQn of one year's 
sepazatkm. ftom die said 
itefendam. iqxn the gro- 
unds of constructive de- 
sertion. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed diat die defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of \^rginia, the last known 
post office Mdrcss being 
2129 East Chesapeake Dr. 
Chesapeake. Virginia, 
and that due diligence has 
been used by and on be- 
half of die plaintiff to as- 
certain in what county or 
corporation the defendant 
is. widiout effect. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before die lldi <a 
August. IMO. and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his mterest in diis 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fnut. Oerk 
Kimberly A. Brown. D.C 
Stuart R. Gordon 
2953 Vtfginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach. Va. 23452 
4t7/16 VB 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the Council of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, will be held in die Council 
Chambers of the City Hall Building, Municipal Center 
Princess Anne Station, Virginia Beach, Virginia, on 
Monday, July 14, 1980, at 2:00 p.m., at which time the 
following application will be heard: 
CONDITONAL USE PERMIT 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH 
1. An Ordinance upon Application of Susan Blum for a 
CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT to operate a bicycle 
rental on certain property located on the Southeast cor- 
ner of Atlantic Avenue and 20th Street on property of 
the Greenwood Hotel. Said parcel contains. .17 acre 
more or less. VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 
Ruth Hodges Smith 
City Clerk 
2t7/9VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 25th day of June, 
1980. 

Donald D. Jones, Jr., 

Plaintiff, against Denise 

Austin Jones, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 



The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged 
and enlarged into a divor- 
ce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 
desertion. And an af- 
fidavit having hem made 



In the aerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Qty of 
^ginia Beach, on the 
19th day of June, 1980. 
Timothy Lane Potts, 
Plaintifi*, against Gloria 
Frances Potts, Defendant. 

OREffiROF 
PUBUCATION 

Hie object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a diva-ce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the gro- 
unds of separation for 
more than one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of die State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being 3902 
Montigo Street, Apt. 5, 
Corpus Christi, Texas 
78415 it is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
die lldi erf August, 1980, 
and do what may be 



In the aerk's Office of die 
Circuit Court of die City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
13th day of June, 1980. 
Norma Lee Belt(xi, Hain- 
tiff, against William Bel- 
ton, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit is 
fOT the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce \ Mensa 
et Thoro to be later merg- 
ed into a divorce A Vin- 
culo Matrimonii upon the 
expiration of one year's 
-separation from the said 
defendant, upon t h e 
grounds of desertion on 
the part of the defendant. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident trf the State <rf 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
1422 Dove Drive, Gar- 
land, Texas 75040 it is 
(M-dered that he do appear 
on or before the 4th of 



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August, 19^, and do 

what may be necessary to 

protect his interest in this 

suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D^C. 

Stuart R. Gordon 

2953 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

23452 

4t7/9 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beaeh, on 
the 13th day of Jtme, 

1980. 

Mary E. Price, Plaintiff, 

against Albert V. Price, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginsa, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 213 Challedon 
Street, Summerville, 
South CaroUna ^483 it is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 4th of 
August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect tUs interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
William F. Burnside 
P.O. Box 1062 
Virginia Beadi, Vir^aia 
23451 
4t7/16VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 

Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach 

Mcm^ D. Bond, Giuur- 

dian of the Person and 

Estate of Kevin B. Bond, 

an Infant, Petitioner, 

vs. 

John V. Fentress, K^in B. 

Bond, et al, Defendants. 

NOTICE 
To the creditors or per- 
sons who would be the 
heirs of Kevin B. bond if 
he were deceased. ' 

TAKE NOTICE that on 
the 5th day of August, 
1^0, at 9:^ a.m. or as 
soon thereafter as counsel 
may be hjyfird, the unc^- 
signed ^Rflali move the 
above nam^ Court, itf its 
Courthouse in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
ffv an Oni^ transferrin 
the funds of the infant 
defendant, Kevin B. 
Bmid, now in the IuukIs of 
the General Receiver, 
John V. Fentros, defen- 
dant to the Petition 
herdn. Any perum with 
an interest b^^in shall 
have until the 30th day of 
July, 1^), to file his an- 



swer to said Petition and 
shall app^r on the date 
first hereinabove set forth 
to protect such interest. 
Monica D. Bond 
Thomas H. Cave, p.q. 
2224 N. Great Neck Road, 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t7/9VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 10th 
Dayof June, 1980 
In the Matter of: 
Kevin B. Bond, an infant 
Monica D. Bond, Guar- 
dian of the Person and 
Estate of Kevin B. Bond, 
an Infant, Petitioner, 
vs. 

John V. Fentress, General 

Receiver, Kevin B. Bond, 

et al, Defendants. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

This matter came on for 
hearing this date upon 
Petition heretofore filed, 
upon Affidavit of 
Petitioner, by counsel, 
and upon Application for 
an Order of Publication 
herein; and for good cause 
shown, it is hereby 

ADJUDGED, OR- 
DERED AND DECREED 
that the Notice of ap- 
plication of transfer at- 
tached hereto shall be 
published once a week for 
four successive weeks in a 
newspaper published in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and any 
person with an interest 
herein shall have until the 
30th day of July, 1980, to 
fil his answer herein. 

Enter this 10th day of 
June, 1980. 
/s/ H. L. Lam, Judge 
A'copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Oerk 
PWUisN.Styrod; 
I ask for this: 
Thomas H. Cave 
M1/9VB 

to the Oerk's Office of the 
arcuit Court cithe Oty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
11th day (^ June, 1^0. 
Antonio Manazan Aquino, 
Plaintiff, i^ainst Socorro 
L Aquim), Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Ihe object of this suit 
is for the said Plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce A Vmculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendent. upon the 
groumls oi the ^rties 
having lived sepai^te and 
a|»rt ^tbout cohaMtatkn 
and wi^st iiHsrrop^m 
for a period m excess oi 

one year. And an afMavit 
havii^ been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident ot the State 

of Virgima, the last toown 
post office address being 
1813th Street, East Tap- 
inac, <^<»gapo City, 
PhiliM»ncs 2201 it is or- 
dered that she do appear 
m or befwc the 31st <rf 



July, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Stuart R. Ckxdm 
2953 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 
4t7/9 VB 

to the Qerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
llthday of June, 1980. 
Evelyn Laveme Jones, 
Plaintiff, against Fred 
Jones, Jr., Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
Defendant, upon the 
grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without interuption 
for a period in excess of 
one year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post (Met address being 
NAF Sigonella. ADP Box 
83. FPO New York, New 
York 09523 it is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 31st of July, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Stuart R. Gordon 
-2953 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t7/9 VB 

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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Orcuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the 30th day of June, 
1980. 

Huseyitt karaoz. Plaintiff, 
against Pattie M. Karaoz, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain M divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
pounds of desertion. And 
an affidavit having been 
mwle and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address bdng 1908 Ryan 
Avenue, las V^as, 
Nevada. It is ordered that 

she do appear on 0€ before 
the 20th of August, 1^>, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect \m 
inter^ in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
Mr. WilWam P. Williams 
for Peter K. Babalas, 
Atty. 



Suite 210 Atlantic 
National Bank Bldg. 
415 St. Paul's Blvd., 
Norfolk, Virginia 235 10 
4t7/23 VB 



VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
30th day of June, 1980. 
In re: Adoption of Donald 
Abainza Dorry an infant 
under the age of fourteen 
years by Donald Max 
Dorry and Priscilla 
Abainza Dorry, 

Petitioners 
TO: Dante Bobadilla 
Norfolk, Virginia 
ORDER 

This day came Donald 
Max Dorry and Priscilla 
Abainza Dorry, 

Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant(s), Donald 
Abainza Dorry by Donald 
Max Dorry and Priscilla 
Abainza Dorry, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having due diligence has 
been used by or in behalf 
of the petitioners to ascer- 
tain in what county or 
corporation the natural 
parent is, without effect 
and that Dante Bobadilla, 
a natural parent of said 
child(ren), is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Norfolk, Virginia. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Dante 
Bobadilla appear before 
this Court within ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and indicate 
his/her attitude toward 
the proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is- 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styron. D.C. 
Frank F. Amess 
Donald Max Dorry 
Priscilla Alminza Dorry 
4t7/23 VB 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
Take notice that a 1973 
Mazda Wagon 
S124W14m)93 now stored 
at Phillips Oldsmobile will 
be sold by reason of 
mechanics' lien on July 
11, IS^ if not claimed 
before this date. 
Phiirq;)s01dsmobUe 
49^ Virpnia haxh Mvd. 
Vir^nia Beach, Va. 
23462 
It7/9VB '__ 

In the Clerk's Offia of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia B^tch, on 
the 24th day of June, 
I9m, 

Claire Roth, Plaintiff, 
a^inst Robert J. Roth, 
Defendant. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without 
cohabitation and without 
interruption for a period 
in excess of one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last post office address 
being ODCSl HDG 
USAREUR. Box 406, 
APO New York, New 
York 09403. It is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 13th of August, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Berg and Gordon 
2953 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 
, 4t7/23 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 20th day of June, 
1980. 

Grace Lambe Michels, 
Plaintiff, against Jeffrey 
Wood Michels, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiffto ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of I year 
separation pursuant to 
Section 20-91 (9) of the 
Code of Virginia, to be 
published for four (4) suc- 
cessive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being Minot Air 
Force Base, Minot, North 
Dakota. It is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the nth of August, 1980, 
and do what may be 

necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk. 

Phyllis N. Styron. D.C. 
Mr. Bruce Sanders, Atty. 
4460 Holland Road, 

Suite ^X) 

Viiginia Beach, Va. 23452 

4t7/23 VB 

In Uie Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City-of Virginia Beach on 
the 26th day of June, 
1^0. 

Holly Ann Huffman 
Traylor-Wilson. Plaintiff, 
against David Maxwell 



Traylor-Wilson, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged; 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 
desertion since November 
15, 1979. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being c/o Thomas Wilson, 
"St. Denny's Station", 
New Milton, Haut's 
F^ngland. It is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the 15th of August, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
W. Leigh Ansell 
4336 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t7/23 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 26th day of June, 
1980. 

Clarice E. Smith. Plain- 
tiff, against Lorenzo L. 
Smith. Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce vinculo 
martimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant that plaintiff has 
used due diligence to acer- 
tain the defendant's 
resident, without effect, 
or the said defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being 2017 Azalea 
Avenue, Portsmouth. 
Virginia. It is order«i that 
he do appear on or before 
the 15th of August. 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown. D.C. 
Alan S. Mirman 
P. O. Box 3463 
Norfolk, Virginia 23514 
4t7/23 VB 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA: 

In tiie Ctok's OtT^x of 
the Circuit Court of tiie 
City of V ^M* Bom* m 
the 3rd day of July, 1^^. 
a^ of Vir^a ^i^ 
Virginia, A Municipal 
Corporation 

vs. 

Herb«t Land ami Usa 

Land, abo known as Liza 



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Land. Husband and wife, 
Princesi Anne County, 
Virginia, and the consorts 
of these defendants, 
whose names are also 
unknown, and if the 
defendants be dead, their 
surviving consorts, if any 
there be, the defendants 
children, if any there be, 
their heirs at Law, next of 
kin devisees, legatees, per- 
sonal representatives. Lien 
Creditors, Etc. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

PURSUANT TO 

SECTION 8.01-602 OF 

THE CODE OF 

VIRGINIA 1950 AS 

AMENDED 
Take notice that pur- 
usant to an order of this 
Court entered on April 23, 
1975, a sum of money was 
deposited with the Clerk 
of this court for the 
benefit of this cause, to be 
held until claimed by 
anyone who could 
establish a valid claim to 
same. The sum now on 
de)30st is $1146.32. and 
has been deposited in a 
local banking institution 
in the name of the above 
mentioned Chancery mat- 
ter. 

Take further notice that 
all persons who have a 
claim to said funds should 
appear on or before the 
8th day of August. 1980. 
and make known their 
claim. 

If no claim be made by 
said date the funds on 
deposit in this matter will 
be paid to the State 
Treasurer, pursuant to 
Section 8.01-603 of the 
code of Virginia, 1950 as 
amended. 
Attest: 

J. Curtis Fruit, derk 
Raymond A. Bjorkman. 
Chief Deputy Clerk 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 
Circuit Court 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23456 
2t7/l6Vb 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRIGNIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 3rd 
dayof July, 1980. 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, A Municipal 
Corporation 
vs. 

Eleanor M. Fry, Roanoke, 
Virginia, and the consort 
of this defendant whose 
name is also unknown, 
and if the defendant be 
dead, her surviving con- 
sort, if any there be, the 
defendants children, if 
any there be, her heirs at 
law, next of kin, devisees, 
legatees, personal 
representatives, lien 
mlitors, etc. 

OmOER OF 

PUBLICATION 

PURSUANT TO 



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SECTION 8.01-602 OF 

THE CODE OF 

VIRGINIA 1950 AS 

AMENDED 
Take notice that 
purusant to an order of 
this Court entered on 
April 23. 1975, a sum of 
money was deposited with 
the Clerk of this Court for 
the benefit of this cause, 
to be held until claimed by 
anyone who could 
establish a valid claim to 
same. The sum now on 
deposit is $606. 14, and has 
been deposited in a local 
banking institution in the 
name of the above men- 
tioned Chancery matter. 
,, Take further notice that 
all persons who have a 
claim to said funds should 
appear on or before the 
8th day of August, 1980, 
and make known their 
claim. 

If no claim be made by 
said date the funds on 
deposit in this matter will 
be paid to the .State 
Treasurer, pursuant to 
Section 8.01-603 of the 
Code of Virginia, 1950 as 
amended. 
Attest: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk * 
Raymond W. Bjorkman. 
Chief Deputy Clerk 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 
Circuit Court 
Vir^nia Beach, Virginia 
23456 
2t7/16VB 



VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court for the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 2nd 
day of July. 1980. 
In Re: Adoption of Karen 
Dawn Smarook and 
Change of Name to Karen 
Dawn White 

By: Wayne Thomas White 
and Judith Ann White, 
Husband and Wife. 
TO: Walter J. Smarook 
One Weston Causeway 
Manville, New Jersey 
ORDER 
THIS DAY, came 
Wayne Thomas White and 
Judith Ann White, hus- 
band and wife and 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant. Affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that Walter J. 
Smarook. a natural parent 
of said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, his last known 
post office address bdng: 
General Delivery, Bridge- 
water. New Jersey. 

It is therefore OR- 
DERED that the said 
Walter J. Smarook answer 
in writing on or before 
August 22, 1980, and in- 
dicate his attitude toward 
the proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in the matter. 



It is further ORDERED 
that this Order be 
published once a week for 
four successive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun a 
newspaper published in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach. Virginia. 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
I ask for this: 
Stuart R. Gordon 
Berg & Gordon. P.C. 
2953 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, va. 23452 
4t7/30VB 

COMMONWEALTH OF 

VIRGINIA: 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach on 

the 3rd day of July. 1980. 

Hugh H. McClanan and 

Zelpha McClanan, his 

wife 

vs. 



Lucille Whitehead and 
Charles C. Whitehead, her 
husband. Emma M. Lee 
and L. M. Lee. her 
husband. M. Arthur Mc- 
Clanan and Ilia Mc- 
Clanan. his wife, Waverly 
R. Jordan and Mary Jor- 
dan, his wife. W. W. Mc- 
Oanan Jr., and Elizabeth 
McClanan. his wife. 
Horace L. McClanan and 
Mary Lena McClanan, his 
wife, Mildred McClanan 
Barnes (divorced). Emily 
King (Divorced) LesUe M. 
Gimbert and Gaynelle 
Gimbert, his wife, 
Dorothy G. Fantone, and 
J. J. Fantone, her 
husband, Helen G. 
Malbon and Stanley 
Malbon, her husband. 
John G. Gimbert, Sr., 
John G. Gimert Jr.,* and 
Elizabeth Gimert, his 
wife, Wilton I. Gimbert 
and Mildred Gimbert, his 
wife, Roy W. Gimbert and 
Mary Gimbert, his wife, 
Francis H. McClanan and 
Muy McClanan, his wife, 
Forest H. McClanan and 
Arlene McClanan, his 
wife, Mary A. Gimert, an 
infant, and "Persons 
unknown or persons yet to 
be bom or created.** 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
PURSUANT TO 
SKTION 8.01-602 OF 
THE CODE OF 
VIRGINIA 1950 AS 

AMENDED 
Take notice that pur- 
usant to an order of this 
Court entered on October 
28. 1954, a sum of money 
was deposited with the 
Clerk of this Court for the 
benefit of this cause, to be 
held until claimed by 
anyone who could 
establish a valid claim to 
same. The sum now on 
deposit is $1181.04. and 
has beoi^ (kposited in a 
local banking institution 
in the nune of the above 
mentioned Chancery mat- 
te. 



Take further notice that 
all persons who have a 
claim to said funds should 
appoir on or before the 
8th day of August, 19^. 
and make known their 
claim. 

If no claim be made by 
said date the funds on 
deposit in this matter will 
be paid to the State 
Treasurer, pursuant to 
Section 8.01-603 of the 
Code of Virginia. 1950 as 
amended. 
Attest: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Raymond W. Bjorkman. 

Chief Deputy Clerk 

J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 
Circuit Court 

Virginia Brach. Virginia 

23456 

2t7/16VB 

COMMONWEALTH OF 

VIROINL\: 

In the aerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

Gty of Virginia Beach on 

the 3rd Day of July, 1980. 

George W. Ha^es 

vs. 

Nathiel Turner 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

PURSUANT TO 

SECTION 8.01-602 OF 

THECX)DEOF 

VIRGINL^1950AS 

AMENDED 
Take notice that pur- 
usant to an order of this 
Court entered on July 21, 
1971 , a sum of money was 
deposited with the Clerk 
of this Court for the 
benefit of The Estate of 
George W. Haynes, to be 
held until claimed by 
anyone who could 
establish a vaiki claim to 
same. The sum now on 
deposit is $591.81, and has 
been deposited in a local 
banking institution in the 
name of the above men- 
tioned Law matter. 

Take further notice that 
all persons who have a 
claim to said funds shoukl 
appear on or before the 
8th day of Ai^ust, 1980, 
and make known their 
cbum. 

If no claim be made by 
said date the funds on 
deposit in this matto' will 
be paid to the State 
Treasurer, pursuant to 
Section 8.01-^3 of the 
Code of Virginia, 1950 as 
amended. 
Attest: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk. 
Raymond W. Bjorkman. 
Chief Deputy Clerk 
J. Curtis Fruit. Oer-k 
Orcoit Ccwrt 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23456 
2t7/16VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
Cith of Vir^ala Bmch, on 
d^ 1st day of July, 1^0. 
Arleatha E. Worrell, 
Plaintiff, against Sidney 



corrall worrell, Sr., 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of separation for 
more than one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a raident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being Route 1. 
#176 Hughes Avenue. 
Virginia Beach. Virginia 
23451, and that due 
diligence has been by and 
on behalf of the plaintiff 
to ascertain in what coun- 
ty or corporation the 
defendant is, without ef- 
fect. It is (»-dered that he 

do appear on of before the 
19th of August, 1980, and 

do what may be necessary 

to protect his interest in 

this suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 

Kimbo-ly A. Brown, D.C. 

Richard S. Harman 

■ Plume and Atlantic 

Stre^ 

Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

4t7/30VB 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of sei^u-ate and 
apart for one year pur- 
suant to Section 20-91 (9) 
of the code of Virginia, 
1950, as amended. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant not a resident 
of the Sute of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 15215 
Haymarket Dr., Play- 
market, Va. and that due 
diligence has been used by 
and on behalf of the {riain- 
tiff to ascertain in what 
county or corporation the 
defendant is, without ef- 
fect. It Is ordered that she 
do appear on or before the 
19th of August, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 
Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fntit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. &-own, D.C. 
O.IMidley Acker 
5122 Qreenwich Road 
V^inia Beach, Va. 23462 
4t7/30VB 



In the aerk's Office of 
the Circuit court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach, on 
the 1st day of July, 1980. 
IM>orah Lynn Youi^er, 
Plaintiff, against Jack 
Swanaon Younger, 
DefoKlant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit is 
for tlw said Plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a from 
the bed and board, to be 
later morged into a divmce 
from the bonds of 
matrimony firom the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of willful deser- 
tion. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant u 
not a re»(^ttt of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post offkeaddress 
being Acreage Motor 
Lodge, Rouse's Point, 
New York it is ord^ed 
that he do appear on or. 
before the 19th of Ai^ust, 
1^0, and do what may be 
i^cessary to protect his in- 
temt in th» suit. 
Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, derk 
Kimberly A. Brown. D.C. 
R. Barrow Bkckwell 
P.O. Box 3746 
Norfolk, Virginia 23514 
4t7/30VB 

In the Ckrk's Office of 
tfie Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 1st day of July, 1980. 
C^rge Allen Shifflett. 
Plamtiff, against Cec^ 
Adele Shifflett, Defen- 
dant. 



fa the aa-k*8 Office of 
the Cfrcult Court of the 
City of Virginia Bewh, on 
the 2nd day of July, 1910. 
Eugene Lewis Mother, 
niintiff, against Susan 
MaryModier, Defoniant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this sidt is 
for the said plaintiff to Ob. 
tain a divorce a vtaculo 
matrteiNrii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
gnMOMb of aduhery, or in 
the altemative, descrticMi. 
And an aflMavit havi^ 
been made md ffled that 
Ae defmdant is not a 
resideat of the Sute of 
Viifinia, the latt known 
post office addiess being 
unknown It is ordered that 
she do appetf on or b^ore 
the 20Ui of August, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
Acopy-Teste: 
J.ChirtisRiiit,aerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
BoydScarbcn'ough 
P.O. Box 637 

Portsmouth, Virginia 

23705 

^7/30 VB 

fa the Qerk's Office of 
the arcuit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach, on 
theTthdayof July, 1980. 
Donald Sherwood Taber, 
Jr., Plaintiff, against 
Terry Laurie Morger 
Tab«, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

T^e object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 



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FLEA MARKET -AKT Sale at 
Virginia Beach Art Center. 
Saturday, July 19. 9-S. 1711 Ar- 
ctic Avenue. 428-9294. 
2 2t7.16 

CUSTOM MADE CmJNTRY 

curtains-call 482>149S^ 

2 4t7-9 




MEICEMS KNZ~1966 Mer- 
cedes 230. New paint, int^or 
excdloit, $1200. 

6 4t7/23 

DODCX OMNI— 1978, 20,000 
mites, like new. prkx qjen, can 
be seen 3487 Vivian Street, Nor- 
folk, 8S3-0643. 

6 4t7/23 

VOLVO - 197« WAGON 245 

DL. 4 Cjrllnder, av^Ms % mpg, 

fully aqidpped with overdrive. 

54,000 miles, exceOoit ctnuUtion. 

$4600. Mutt sdl. 855-2418 - 461- 

2026. 

6 417-9 

flHUI • 1978 LTD, fully equip- 

|Md. $4,000. CaU 387-2776. 

6 4t7-9 

LINtOLN • 19lt MAn m, in- 

terto «iceltait (xmtitkm, new 
t»rakM. botfy MCds « ttt^ work; 
best offer. 428-8571, ask for 
Mike. 

6 4t7-9 

CATALINA • 1971. runs weU. 

new sttulo' Md bMtery. Recoit 

tune up, miraber 1 1 sticks, good 

body «>n(lltion and tires. $450. 

4284166. 

6 4t7.9 

MEilCra»S KNZ • 4M SM 

1975 Oreen, excdloa condition. 
Almost new tim. FUUy equip- 
ped. $1 1,000. 464-4080. 
i 4t7.9 

roaimmi • wm vomiuLA, 

305 V.8, ftiU power, air, stereo, 
positive tract^, mai^ extras. 
$5,500 or best offer. 4814517, 
KkMiday-Friday, 9-9. 

6 4t7-9 

FORD mUNADA • 1971 E^ 
4 (kxMr, 6 q/Vtaiet, air, stereo. 
budceU, sport steerii^ wheel, 
plush carpet. CaU days 855-5625, 
nights 425-8866. weeki^. 

6 4t7-9 

MONTE CARLO • 19n Lan- 
dau. 27 mpg V-6, air con- 
ditioning, cruise ccmtrol, tUt 
steering wheel. AM/FM Mereo, 8 
trade, vinyl top • mats. $3850. 
CaU Randy WaUc^. 6224m)0. 
« 4t7-9 

OnX KAIXTr~>1970, 4 cyUn- 
der, automatic, new Imorior. 
runs OREATi .25 mB Plw 
ri^lar gM. $74<^ cat 853-2700, 
or 587-6663 aftCT 8 p.m. 
6 4t7/23 

Cn:VMII^~1979 Ommm, 
2door, AM/FM stneo, emAm 
oondltloii. 4 speed. aO/40 miles 

per gaUon, $3900. 3404M?. 
e 4t7/23 

VEGA • 1974, WAGON 
autoiMtic transmtsskHi, ^lod 
miloiC/l omm, W6 or best 
offer. 4SM613. 
6 4t7-9 

UNCOLN-1973 CoMlaMt^. 
euxUent omdltion. USO ami 
tiJce 0^ iwyra^ts of $78/mon- 
th, 19iMmtltt.4n-8Q31. 
6 4t7/23 



b \inoiin»l)ik s tor Sali* 



VOUSWAGENSuper Beetle- 
1971, excellent running con- 
<Ution, brand new tifM. new 
wtoibhteld. new pdnt Job, wUl 
be taipected. $1800. 623-9975, (mc 
481-2471. 

< 4t7/23 

FOR SALE-1968 Camaro. 
completely restored. 1970 
Dunaro, needs work. 1979 Pon- 
tiac B(MU»vUle, eureltent con- 
dition. CaU Oraz 422-151 1 . 
6 4t7/23 

UNCOLN MARK 01—1971. 

Classic, show ou-, custom bulk, 
24 karat gold paint, custom con- 
vertible top custom velour in- 
tolor, much, much more. ^500. 
464-5774. 

6 4t7/23 

CAMARO-1968. Evergreen, 6 

cylinder, 3 speed. AM/FM 

st«w, air (^nditioning, $4,300. 

625-5852,499-9026. 

6 2t7/9 

nn<X WILiX:AT-1965, good 

nwdumkal condition. $X0, 583- 

0758. 

6 2t7/9 

DODGE COMmET-1970. 318 
cul^ h»hes, 4 door, body fair 
coadMon, ^x)d oigiitt. air ecm- 
dMonhig. power steering and 
power brakes. $395. 468-2589. 

« 417/23 

CORVETTE— 1976 T-top, ex- 

odimt condition. fuUy power L- 

48. 4 speed, AM/FM radio, 

40,000 mfla, new Urn, tan tx- 

terior, buckskin leather seaU. 

$7,000,481-5359. 

6 4t7/23 

OLDSMORILE CUTLASS 

Supreme - 1973, small V-8, 
repilar ps. Autcmiatic steoing, 
brakM, and air. Vinyl top, runs 
OREATI $^, caU 853-2700 or 
387-6683 afl« 8 p.m. 
6 4t7/23 

TOYOTA • 1979 OEUCA OT 

Uftback, C9ie(BeiK c^mUtion, air, 

ran roof, MN/FM cus^e. MvM 

sdt for OMcttad tmstaa, $6,000. 

Days, 625-6591, nights, 423- 

5373. 

6 4t7-16 

RUia(-1963, Riviera. Ckiod 
ooiKNtkMi, best of fer, 428^39. 
6 ^/23 



I niiltTs Ji'eps 



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CHSVY VAN • 1976 Pathfinder 

4 wted <Mve, air, M\ powa, tUt 

<dieri, ftd^ customiiscd, 13,000 

nUto. $7,250. 4864952, 340- 

1301. 

7 4t7.30 

CREW VAN-197«, tiW«, 
dttiom ii^rk^, SH^tt hestei, 
V-i. aittoontic, U»S. Cil 39». 
40iS (foyt. «ad 397-74S2 ni^. 
7 4t7/23 

fOKD^197S, Super Cal^ air, 

«iui^, $2D0O, can 627-a(»l 
between 9 and 5, after 5 caB 461- 

7^2. 

7 • 417/23 

,D0D6I COBiOMIIO V^ . 

1977. HKk mmm ftim, 3 
OMtii, custom iaiertor, very 
Llwm.mimiia tr^'"*^'^ 

ftr.ctfKn^^'^^^-Mao. 

7 ^/23 

tarn VAN » 1977, tan 150 
Eo^^dne, pvtially cintoroized, 
AM/FM stweo, 8-track. CB 
radio, $3500. 857-1582. 
7 417-16 



FORD BRONCO - 1980, like 
iww, air AM/I^ stereo, fuU 
power, 4 wheel drive, $12,000 or 
rat«}mbk offer. 461-8046. Ask 
for Bob or k»ve messM^- 
7 4t7/16. 

CHEVROm' VAN - 197S, just 
pass^ Insp^ion, good con- 
dition, AM/FM stereo. 8-track, 
3-speed, carpet, bed, mag 
wheels, and side pipes. $2500, 
Can 4974465. 
7 4t7-16 

DATSUN • 1979 King Cab. 5- 

speed, air conditioning. AM/FM 

stereo, r^pilar ps,. $5,500. 468- 

2395. 

7 ■ 4t7-16 

DODGE POWER WAGON - 

1^9, 4-wheel drive, low mileage, 
radial tires, wagon whwls, run- 
ning b<»rds, AM/FM radio. 
$5995. 8554468. 
7 4t7-16 



1972 HONDA 3St cc. In «x- 

oeUent cmttftkm. Street bike, 

$450. Fkm. Can 547-7653. 

? 4t7-9 

HARLEY DAVmeON - 19S2 

Hn head chopper 1200, lots of 
chrome, king, queen seat, 
beautIM paint and «»idition. 
$3,000 or wUI trade for veMde 
and cash. 421-2202. 
9_ 4t7-9 

HONOA-1978 Hawk, mag 
whedk, low o^kage, supn nice, 
gn«gekq>t,nOO. 

9 4t7/23 

HONDA: 1971, 17S cc. In very 

good condition. StraM l»ke. WiU 

s^ foi $400 or n^ptiate. Call 

547-7653. 

9 4t7-9 



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TROIAN • 1973 30 foot, 

fibergtass, flybridge. twin 225 

opines, air cMKUtloned, ftitty 

eqw|^, like new, $19,900. 

484-76M. 

U 4t7-16 

GLA88TRON-1979, CVX:», 
'<460 J^, traltar, prage ke|H. 
P^ed for quick sale. 547-0310. 
11 4t7/23 

BOAT REPAIR— Free 

esdmi^s, irieuure brat repair 
and aherations. flb«-glass or 
wood. -stfMvge and fish boxes 
bttOt and/or lAered. 20 ynrs ex- 
pertoice. 421-3628. 
11 , 4t7/23 

RAYUNER • 1977 BKACtT, 

22M* long, fcms ^nU^ "^^ 

power winch, 76 hours yo$ 

Chevitrfet inboard with Volvo 

out drhe, fiiU instrument panel, 

rod holders and swim platform. 

003404146. 

11 4t7-16 



SAU TRiHM^» JULY cm 

ciBOes, selected bwAs. other 
outdoor Hobs. Wttd Rlvo^ Out- 
fitters, 5921 Cburchhmd Hvd., 
Portsmouth, VA., 484-7330. 
n 4t7-30 

N/M3U sa -Fastest, hm hen- 

dHag, smoothest tacking 

caiamtfan, with 8 foot (trtfler 

ItaA) beam. Can 464-4538 or 

484-2564. 

II ^7-30 



CARAVELLE - 1979, 20' in- 

b(Kird/outb<»rd. fuUy equipped. 
wiU sdl $1 1,000 or will trade for 
comiwrable recreation vehicle. 
Owner will finance $9,000 if have 
$9,000 equity in home. 467-3838. 
11 4t7-16 



i VHHn U anted 



COMMUNITY DEVELOP- 
MENT HOUSING 

Rehabilitation Specialist 
($13,800 annually) Individual 
should have good knowled^ of 
building construction methods 
and materials. Good knowledge 
of the minimum housli^ codes, 
building codes, laws and or- 
dinan^s and of building designs. 
Ability to read, interpret 
blueprints and plans and make 
cost estimates. Considerable ex- 
0erieiKX (2 to 5 years) as a 
building inspMtor, housing in- 
spector, or building coairac^ot, 
and compl^ion of a standard 
high school cmirse, supplemen- 
ted by ccrfl^e level courses in 
building design and possession of 
a vaHd Vi^ia drh^rs license is 
requir«l. Applicatiom acceiMed 
through Mf 15. 1%0. Am>ly to 
City of Virginia Beach, Ikpar- 
tment of PctscmukI. Munte^pal 
Center, Vir^nla BMch, VA 
23456. An Equal Opportunity 
Employer M/F/H. 

13 It 7-10 

COMMUNITY DEVELOP- 
MENT CLERK Typist (part 
time/$3.54 per hr.) Individual 
must have good kncmrledge of 
clerical terminology with a 
minimum typing spe^ of 40 
wpm, after errors. Completion 
of a sundnrd h^ school course 
required. Tert r«|Uired. Position 
requires working Monday 
through Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 
p.m. Applications accepted 
through July 15. 1980. Apply to 
aty of Vi^nia Bach, Depar- 
tmoit of posfHuid, Muntoipal 
Center, Virginia Beach, VA 
23456. An Eqwl Opportunity 
Employer M/F/H. 
13 It 7-10 

COMMUNITY DEVELOP- 
MENT CLERK Typist ($7,368 
AnnuaUy) Individual must have 
good knowted^ of clerical ter- 
minok^ with a minimum typing 
speed of 40 wimi, after errors. 
Ccmipl^ion of a standaitl high 
school a}urse required. Test 
required. ArH^UcttiiMis aco^ed 
t ough Jufy IS, 1980. Apfrfy to 
D. of Vl^ittla Bei^, D^- 
UaeM of personmt. Municipal 
Center, Virginia BMcb, VA.*^ 
23456. An Bqvai Opportunity 
Employer M/F/H^ 
13 It 7-10 

HOUSEKEEPER - WILSON 
iSIGHTS section. RcUable per- 
son to care fm 11 yr. cM, H^t 
h oM f ke f pii» GO^d^ ete. 6 
dqn. RfMdhc p(»M(m for 
rif^t p«smi. Satery open - 
ref«r»ims required. An^ 1^ 
le^r to HOI^yEISPER. P.O. 
Box 1327, C^sap«ike, Va. 
23320. 
13 4t7-30 

H(NMEWm«ERS NEDttDI 

Eiffir^OOpMamcmth fluttng 

Mtvo-^^mmts. Send stamped 

self-addressed .envelope to 

Vilk«e PublkJt^OBS, Box V, 104 

H<Ay CI., OmArttesviUe. Va. 

K901. 

13 ^f-9 



HAVE A HIGHLY profitable 
and beautiful Jean Shop of your 
own. Featuring the latest in 
jams. Denims and Sportswrar, 
$16,500.00 Includes beginning 
inventory, fixtures and training. 
You may have your store open in 
as little as 15 days. Call any time 
for John -302-2274724. 
15 4t7.16 



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ACT NOW— 1 St and 2nd mor- 
tgages, commercial loans, debt 
consolidation, credit no 
problem. Call Beach Finance, 
428-3654. 
18 4t7/23 

CALL TODAYI 1st or 2nd mor- 
tgages. Debt consolidation, 
home improvements, business 
loans, etc. Credit no problem, 
quick service. NO BROKER 
FEES. General Credit Corp. 857- 
6367, or 427-1563. 
18 4t7/23 



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FLIGHT LESSONS - Lean to 

fly an aircraft at Chesaprake 
Municipal Airport. We- have 
Cessna 150. 172, 205, Turbo 210; 
Piper Arrow, Commanche; 
Grumman TR-2. Call today 421- 

7161. 

19 M CBDl 

RACQUETBALL--FREE 

lessons for beginners at the ACE 
OF CLUBS at Greenbrier. Please 
call (804) 424-7644. 
10 8» 7-9 



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GUITAR LESSONS - Summer 

classes now starting. Specializii^ 

in nota and chcvds. CaU 482- 

2233. 

21 4t7.|6 

PIANO, ORGAN LESSONS 

given in your home by 
ptafessional musician and per- 
former. All styles of music 
Uught. CaU 583-1214. 
21 4t7-30 



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HUSH SETTER MALE - m 

years, beautiful d(^ excdient 
health, voy friendly. Needs good 
home. $35. 627-2208, 627-5627. 
n 4t7-30 

LABRADOR RETRIEVER 

PUPPIES -AKC repstered, 2 

choo^tes, 3 yelk>ws, must set to 

appreciate. Call after 5, 499- 

6^. 

22 4t7-30 

GmJIEN LABRADOR PUP- 
PIES -C^U 497- 1 77 1 . 
22* 4t7.30 

JACK RU^ELL TERRIER 

Pttpt - 2 dogs, I Wtch. weU 

marked. Parents imported from 

Sagtond, fraai worl^ ^mk^ 

$200eadl.«t-2337. 

^ It 7-10 

RASSBTT HOUND PUPPNS - 

AKC registered, excellent 
pedigree, 6 males, 3 fondes, sire 
ami dma (m p^nbxi, $I50-$I75. 
(^mks bd^ttikm now. R^y 
H> go July 31. 5834968. 
a ^7-y 

COCKATittS-^AnriiKi, hawl- 
fed, $100. Normal cockatlels, 7 
montte. $35. 499^72. 
22 ^^^ 



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GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS- 

AKC registered, and pure bred 
supples, large type, thick coated, 
easy payments. $75-$150. High 
quality shepho-ds. 420-1814. 
22 4t7-16 

HIMALAYAN AND P0SIAN 

kittens - CFA registered, all 
sh(Ms, wormed, li«tlth and tem- 
perament guarantee, most 
colors, terms available. 428- 
7704, 583-8335. 
22 4t 7-16 

DALMATIONS-AKC regis- 
tered puppies, 2 males, 2 
fnnales, worm free, aU shots, 
$135. 468-2685. 
22 4t7/23 

GERMAN SHEPHERD Pup- 

ines— -AKC registered, black and 

tan, all shots and wormed, 2 

nwles, 2 females. Bred for t«n- 

perament. large boned pups. 

488-7617. 

22 4t7/23 

GOFFIN COCKATOO— Male, 

2'/4 yours old, very tame, all 
white, 9 inch« tall, extremely 
cl»n and h^thy, con^i with 
cage. 485-3780. 
22 4t7/23 

3 LOST and abandonned ou - 
Ne<^ loving homes. 5 month 
Mack female, 1 yrar Morris Utak- 
alike, 2 y«r silver grey. All 
shots, spayed, and neutCT^I. 
Free - 460-5941 . or 460-5776. 
^ 4t7/23 

WANTED GOOD HOMK for 

medium siz^, 2 Vi year old 
mixed breed dog. Stays outside 
in fenced yard, also house 
borken. Call 497-8017. 
22 4t7/23 



FULL BOARD - $7S, pasture, 

ring, instruction and training 

availaMe. Access to trails, quid 

location, large .stalls, electricity. 

Whispering Pines Ranch. 488- 

4817. 

23 4t7-16 



24-HurstN-( .1' 



QUARTER HO^E — Mare, 3 

years, 15 hands, very pretty, 

jumps well, shown halter and 

ptouure. Always in tlw ribbons. 

421-2337. 

24 It7-10 

SPIRITED MARE— 5 yoffs old, 
excellent condition, negative 
c(^ns, experienced ri^, 15.1 
hands, 4-H project horse. $1,000 
n^otiaWe. 427-2803. 
24 «7/23 



AIR OWDmONING UNIT - 

Central 3 t«i coi^ir«^» «>n- 
(teaser. Used 2 jRioaths. 
Evi|^at« and 102^000 BItJ GE 
elei^ic furiwx; iHU seM uait 
separately. 4674961. 
23 4t7.|6 

hKIVING SALE • ENTOE 

bmo^rfd must go. SdHd oak 
(tt^i« s^, fiddle back ch^ (4), 
new Mfa, 2 chairs, tab^ kits 
more. Mu^ sacrifice. 547-2347. 
25 It 7-10 

ENCYCl^EOIAS - 1979 

editloa (New A^). Phis 16 

vtAwtm s^ <rf ^mcs, 4 miMat 

ntvrmta b«Mcs, wwth $1200. 

asking $875. C^ 4444717 bet- 

we»8and4. 

25 4t7.30 



22 Virginia Beach Sun. Wednesday, July 9. IMO 



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GE STEREO - AM/FM, $50. 
Also Echo guitar with owe, S25. 
16* X 16* orange shag carpet with 
pad, $75. 463-2182. 

25 4t7-30 

FUR-NITURE - SOFA, yellow 

velvet, like new. $300. 2 blue 

ginger jar lamps. $50 each. 340- 

0330. 

25 4t7-30 

WEDDING GOWN - WITH 

LONG TRAIN AND SUN 
HAT. Perfect for Spring or 
summer. Si« 13-14, paid $350 
will sell for $90. Call 4S8-7590. 
25 4t7-l6 

FOR SALE . QUAIL raising 
equipment. Have large in- 
cubator, 2 large brooders and 
quail battery breeding peris. All 
in good condition. Extras In- 
cluded. Sale items separate or all 
for bargain price of $500. Must 
sel! Call 547-2205 after 5:30 p.m. 

4t7-l6 



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FliRNITURE AND AN. 
"OUES . Bric-a-bfac. 
depression ^ass. jewelry, lamps. 
Pictures, carved dwUrs. hand 

1952 Ford. Call 547-0343 

--__4t7:L« 

ANTIQUE GUN - MODEL NK 

Springfield Armory tnmmm 
"He. 22 Caliber. aistomi«d 
target, full tiger maple manSciwr 
stock, target hand and sites. 
$700,583-959$. 

~ -^.-JfL^ 

ANTIQUE RCA VICTROUI - 

1939 record player and AM/FM 
radio. Wood cabinet, good con- 
dition, old records included 
$125,543-1165. 
?^ — ^ 4t7-30 

SPINNING WHEEL AN- 

TIQUES- We don't have any 
spinning wheels, but we have a 
nice selection of antiques, some 
flea market items - something for 
everyone. 2912 South MiUtary 
Highway, 485-1576. 
^ 4t7-0 



^HUI '^Uruns 



NORVIEW .RARE COINS. 

Norfolk's most complete. Buy, 
sell, trade. Buying silwr coins. 
42 Southa-n Shopping Center. 
Norfolk. 853-81 18. 
3^ CBDTF 



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STERLING SILVER RAND- 

size 5'/S. Saggitarus and Virgo 

signs in raised steriing, lovely 

and different. $25 or best offer 

Call 482-1768 after 6 p.m. 

32 f^jp 



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FAMILY PRODUCE . 537 East 
Little Creek Road. Apples to 
Zucchini, local and home grown, 
fresh produce daily. Also special 
orders for canning and freezing 
587-2392. 

IL. 4t7-9 

OlARS . $U a bushel, $2 a 
down, fresh daily. Just opp<»ite 
Kurds Seafood Restaurant. See 
Eari Smith 340-5171. 
U . 4t7-30 

FRESHLY BAKED SREAOS, 

pies and cinnamon rolls. Whole- 
sale or retail!! Call 421-7555. 
^' 8t7/30 



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TIJDEWATER'S BIGGEST 

Uted Hardware & Tool Sale • 
Every Saturday/Sunday, 2922 
South Military Highway, 
Chesapeake. Consignments 
taken. Sp«« availabk for rwit. 
For further information call 485- 
1576. 
37 4t7/9 




ALL TYPES, NEW AND dsed 
f«taurant and bar equipment, 
pixie Equipment Company. 
1008 Granby St. 623-7073. 
38 Yp 



.V)-n-K^dln 



5(>\S jwu (I i.i Ri'iH 



»IARE . A LAmm HOUSE IN 
South Norfolk unth responsible 
male, $40 a «rt^, Including 
washer and dryer, air con- 
ditioning. Call an^me. 543- 
6426. 
SO 4t7.|6 

SHARE . WITH RESPON- 
MILE person, $125 and half of 
Vepco. Call days, 625-1668, 
nights, 497-8387. 
^ 4t 7-16 




STEREO EQUIPMENT - 
DUAL direct drive turntable, 
cassette deck with Dolby NR, 
Sansui stereo recdva-, Ptoneo- 
reverb amplifier and Pioneer 
stereo tape deck. $1500. 468- 
3251. 

39 4t7.30 

CAPEHART STEREO • C<»- 
sole. AN/FM, 8 track, stereo, 
turntable, and recorder. 
BeauUful wood cabinet. $250. 
543-1165. 

35 4t7.30 



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CHESAPEAKE BEACH-For 

Rent: V5 block from beach. One 
t>edroora, sleeps 4, $125 weekly, 
no pets. Available Jaly 26 - 
August 16. 464-1883. 

^^ 4t7/23 



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'"'<' Jn<l (,:irdt 



DWT. AAA TOP soil, the best. 
caU us fatstl 9-5. 42&.2825. 

?_ 4t7-l6 

»«CIAL SALS MBlci - Bark 

ProiBds flowers, 
Md weeds. Tnck 
•w*. Nie. naall. DeUvered. 
CBBK34I2Q5 or 855-7467. 

^i_ 417/23 

LAWN MOWING and trimming 
- Done at your convenience. Call 
482-1659. Ask for John Sch- 
wartz. 

^ 4t7/21 

HAY - TOP QUALITY, alfalfa, 
timothy-alfalfa, and timothy. 
Shavings for sale, sold by pick- 
up or by large truck . 488-2728. 
35_ 4t7.|6 



4(i-%1,,hiiv H(.n).'s tnr s.iii' 



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DRYER . WHHILPOOL electric 
dryer, white. 5 cycle, 3 tem- 
peratures, heavy duty, excellent 
condition, used only 9 months. 
$165,482-1787. 

27 4t7-30 

ELECTRIC STOVE - DBLE. 
oven, clock, florescent light 
across top. Westinghouse. 
$35.00 or make offer. Call 482- 
1768 after 5 anytime on weeken- 
ds. 

22 , TF 

SEWING MACHINE in cabinet. 
Overhauled recently. Will trade 
for empty cabinet or sell for $^. 
or best offer. Call 482-1768 after 
5. Anytime weekends. 
27 TP 



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PARIS STRKT FLEA market - 
open Thurs.-San.. 10-6. Come 
on in and brovne rmndf 8 dif- 
ferent shops. 3450 Aialea Gar- 
den Rd. 857^)477. 



Mf r* handist 



OM^AN . YAMAHA. Dk-40A 
with bench, 3 keyboards, 
Mrtomattc rythm and bas. roll 
top on^, too m«v fe^ures to 
Um, eiccflent coiMtttion. $2250, 



417-30 



30 



TOP SOIL~Rich and fertile, 
also fill sand, and lot cicariiw 
421-7373. 

35 4t7/9 

MRT—Black, rich top soil. Will 
deliver. Calf day or night, 467- 
3862.467^273. 

35 4t7/9 

TOP SOI^-Good Wack. fill 
din and sheii marl. Cair484- 
5821. 

35 4t7/9 

GRASS CUTTING AND 
SHRUB trimming - Free 
estimates. Call after 3 p.m: 424- 
2249. 

35 4t7-9 

MULCH.BARK AND shredded. 
Protects flowers, retards grass 
and weeds. Truck load, large, 
small. Delivered. Call 85341250 
or 855-7467. 

^^ 416-25 



Nt.ti hintr\- Icmj 



BULLDOZER-iohn Deere. 
2010, with Lowler - John Deere. 
350, excellent conditkM. Call 

482-2758. 

32 4t7/9 

DITCH WTTCH - Y.3i, 6 foot 

boom, and trailer, $4^50. Call 

8S7-I0M. 

37 ^7-16 



CASTLE MOBILE IHMfE ■ 

1945. 10* X 55', good condition. 

3 bedrooms, 1 bath. $2993. 497. 

4746,490-2919. 

^ 4t7.30 

CXAVTON MOHLE HOME ■ 

14' X «•, 2 bedrooms, I V4 baths, 
furnished, ^7-0912. 

^ 4t7-30 

NEW RHX)N MOBILE Home - 
12* X 00', air conditioning, fur- 
nished $4000, unfurnished 
$3000. On Military Base. Must 
see to appreciate. 421-9214. 
^ 4t7-30 

BEAUUFUL LIVING Alter- 
native - Oceana, Dam fteik 
nearby. 24' x 60* double wide 
(Derby Run). Has everything, 
excellent conditim, dear title.' 
Visits welcome. CaH 425-«353. 

^ 4t7-l6 

CONCORD MOBII£ HOh» - 
1975, 65' X 12*. 2 bedrooms, un- 
furnishixl, iNtftially carpeted, 
refrigerator aiul stove, $5,600 w 
$700 and assume loan. WHl rent. 
Call4JI7-3227. 

:!5 4t7-16 

CAPELLA . 12' X 65', 3 
bedroom, air conditioning, 
washer, dryer, dishwasher. 
Owner financing. ^9-2841. 
40 4t7.16 



SHASTA TRAVEL TRAOER 

1979, sle^i 6. tMdem whedi, 
several options, oorapletdy con. 
««>»«*, new comUtion. $4,000. 
CaU424.2007. 

^ — , ■^•y/^» 

■ABYST . n» WQftXINq 

pwtnts, aay age, meab ioduded, 
fenced yard with a pfaiy««a. ex. 

penenoed. Owirotd School and 
Southern Shopping Center 
areas. 588-2569. 

^ 4t7-^ 

■ABmmNG . MY H(Hm, 
oqpakiKed nuAha, lundies in- 
cluded, ages 1 year aKi ap, 
Monday through Saturday. 
Refotnces avauUable. 8574S6^. 
^ 4t7.in 

anU> CARE . MY home, large 
play area, hot meab, f^iced 
yard, educatimial toys, expermi- 
ced. Timberiake. Windsor Oaks, 
HoUand Road areas. 467-9193. 
"^ 4t7-30 



Exmrr pakr hawser . 

S6.00 per single roll of p^er. 35 
ywrs of expolem^. Dffl Jim 
Hides, 46l-tB02.W.4<H7. 
II ^7-9 

TYPING - ALL KINDS, IBM 

Sdectric. 7 di^ ^ week» m- 

5240 anyti^. Services t« unaU 

businesses, term papers, 

resumes, manuscripts, 

proposals. 

71 ^7-30 

»K>VING~Piece work or com- 
plete local move. $27 and up. 
547.7777 or 467-2728. 
U : 4t7/9 

fIREPLACE SPECIALIST wiU 

build or repair any type 
flreptoce! Satisfaction guaran- 
teed! 490-2175, 2-5 p.m. 
IL- CTOTF 

MR. AND MRS. PAINTERS of 

tlw l^tewi^r area. Hw qwdity 
of a man, tte snMKMh t<nich of a 
wooMn. IntCTior-^tteriw pain- 
ting. 424-4687. 
71 TFCDB 



Auto Mies 

to 1979 the sales of 
domestic aut(^ were down 
n pCTcent from 19^— in 
the first 4 months of 1980 
they were down another 
10 percent. 




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GREAT BRIDGE DUPLEX.2 

bedrooms, air oo^tkming, no 
pets. AviaiaMe July 15th. Call 
547-3978. 

15 4t7.23 

VIRGINIA BEACn-Brand 
New Great Nedc 'Beach COodos 
are now renting. From $400 a 
HMMth. 2 bedrooms, waste-, 
dryer, dishwasher, flreplKe, 
deck, cofvcnd fmrimg fa 2 ovs. 
fuUy carpeted. 481.M96. 
45 4t7/23 



Rl!J^-MAIlK7 rooms deaned 
$30. 1»^dows«.$4.CMpets. 3 
rooms md hall. $35. U|*6te»y. 
2 pieces $35. C^ 625.6543. 

21 4t7/23 

txfmms TOO i^^ 

N«ce of your own? Why not 
share? We Nwe homeownen, we 
need more t^wnts. 46&4661 . pee 
• Roommate Ffautt^ Service. 
2L-__ 4t7/23 

AUTO CRUmSRS • Al Junk 
car removers. AD cars towed 
away free, top dollar paid! Fast 
ter^ce. 487.^222. 

21 _, 4t7-30 

ESTRADA ELECTRICAL - In- 
novations - &ipeior electronic 
and optical sales, service, and in- 
i^aUatiM. Busnea, home, and 
a«o. Free estimates. 427.37W. 

21 4t7-16 

CONOIETE WORK - Of all 
typet. Dedts, pitfioa. ete. QuaKiy 
coimructkm. Rivoworkt. 5»- 
8702. 

71 . 4t7-l6 

'WLL nCX UP — any unwan- 
ted Kennore or Whirlpool 



coumY 



Home sitmfor sak 

for 

PeopU plmtrdng 

Hemes & Custom 

SALES OfTICE 

333Pro^dcRccRd. 



CALL 464-9317 






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GOAT iraiGE DUPLEX. 2 

bedrqoms, air oowHticMii^ no 

pets, avniable July 1st. CaH 347- 

3978. 

45 ^7/23 



71 4t7-30 

AIR GONDIIMINES SERVKX 

and repair - ReasauUe i^s. 
quick response, cafl anytime. 
4204)599. 

2L- 4t7-» 

PAINIING • DWnMOR Md 

exterior, neat w«)rk. reasonable 

rates. 397-5227. 

71 4t7-W 



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AMACIN. TUMS. ««e. R«^Mk accwtiHt ^MMy! 

NO MmU SOIM^I MOOMC STAR1S MMB^iATELYl 
AGCOUI^^ NOWAVMUtflft 
MINIMUM CASH »W^ny«4T. ^I^6J046B40jOO 



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Virgiiii&Be»:h Sun, Wednesday, July 9. IMO 23 



i;c[^[^o^ mMM L^iiooiLtig mvmm 



tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year's con- 
tinious separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Vir^nia, 
the last known post office 
address bdng 321 Carra 
Drive, Virginia Beach. 
Virginia; the plaintiff 

being unable to locate the 
defendant after a due and 
diligent search at her last 
known address. It is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 26th of 
August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 



Ac<H>y-Teste: 

J. Curti Fruit, Clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

Jam^ R. McKenry 

p.O.BoxK? 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

23451 

4t7/30VB 

In the O^Vs Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
Qty of Virginia Bewh, on 
the 3rd day of July, 1^). 
Susan Ann Pratt, Plain- 
tiff, i^nst Kevin James 
Pratt, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged 
Into a vinculo from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of Constructive 



Desertion. And an af- 
Mavit havi^ been ma^ 
and RM that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Vir^nia, the 
laM known post office ad- 
dress bdng 21974 Jason 
Avenue North, Forest 
Lake, Mini^sota 5SQ25 it 
is ordered that he do ap^ 
pear on or before the 21st 
of August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

Aoopy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

A. Joe Canada, Jr. 

508-D North BIrdneck Rd. 

Vhiinia Beach, Vh^nia 

23451 

4t7/30VB 



Chicken cooking 

Kay competes in contest 

Kay Gray, of Virginia Beach, was a contestant in the 
Ddmarva Chicken Cooking Contest heU recemly in 
MUford, Delaware. 

Qiosen from hundrecb of entri« as one of ten 
finalists from VIrginhi, Mrs. Gray prepared her entry 
entitM, ftrlght and Beautiful Chicken (redpe attached). 

Cook-off fimdists received an expense paid weekend 
at the contest and a commemorative gift. Top prize of 
$500 was awarded Joan McCormick of Tabb. 

The recipe follows: 

Br^ht and Bcaiitif III Chicken 

2 whole broiler-fryer 
chicken breasts, halved, 
boned, skinned and cut 
across the grain into '/i in- 
ch strips 

2 tablespoons olive oil 
1 small Bermuda onion, 
sliced, separated into rings 
4 ribs celery, cut diagon- 
ally 

1 cup water, divided 

2 taUespoons white wine 
vinegar 

2 packages (0.1875 oz. 
each) granulated ducken 
bouillon 

1 tablespoon sugar 

2 small tomatoes, cut in 
wedges 

1 small green pepper, cut 

in rings 

1 teaspoon salt 

1 tabl^poon cornstarch 
In large deep frypan, place oil and heat to medium- 
high temperature. Add onion and celery and stir-fry 
about 2 minutes or until onion is transparent. Add 
chicken, stirring constantly, and continue cooking 
about 5 minutes or until chicken becomes white and 

opaQue. , 

Stir in ¥4 cup of the water, viwgar, bouillon and 
sugar. Cover and simmer over low heat 20 minutes. Add 
tomato^, green pepper and salt; cook, covered, about 5 
minute longer or until ^een pepper is tender crisp. 

Stir cornstarch into remaining 44 cup water. Remove 
cover and turn heat up to medium. Make sauce by 
slowly stirring cornstarch mixture into jmn juices and 
cooking until sau(» is clear. Seve over hot cooked rice. 
Makes 4 servings. 



C&P advises 

Call Miss UtiUty 
before digging earth 

Starting July 1, Vu-ginia Beach residents {banning to 
dig niust locate underground utility plant fost by 
calling "Miss UtiUty." 

The number for excavators to call north of the 
Rappahannock River is 301-559-0100, collect. Those 
planning to dig south of the Rappaharniock River 
should call the toll free number, 1-800-552-7001. 

The new law. Senate Bill 161 , says that if you damage 
plant knowingly, or without calling the utilities, you 
must pay for the, damage. The law does exempt the 
Virginia Department of Highways for routine mainten- 
ance, such as patch paving. 

Honeowners, as well as businesses that must 
excavate, should pay to heed the new law, says Owen 
MuUenax, construction supervisor with Continental 
Telephone in Manassas, and Chairman of the Miss 
Utility organization. Homeowners, for their own safety, 
should call Miss Utility if they plan to dig or garden in 
their yards. 

IltetolwnrcaMt 



««i 



'We Uke to bury caUe whenever we can,*' saki 
Mu^nax. '*bi &cl, 80 percent of all new cable goes 
underground. It usually requires less maintenance and 
is better protected from stomu, car aGci<fettU and the 
stray shots (rf hunters.*' 

Qtbte routes are clearly marked with n»tal spikes. 
Ihe green pedestals along the road mark the places 
where cable comes out of the ground. 

In spite of the precautions, cables do get cut. Not 
only are cable cuts inconvement and expemive, they 
mean that people are cut off from the pdice, fire 
departments and other emergency services. 

"Calling utilities to locate their underground pkuit 
has been voluntary untU now," said Mullenax. 

*'Just one phone call to the Miss Utility center in 
Adelphi, Md., reaches each of the participating 
utilities," he said. "Anyone planning to dig is saved 
the trouble of contacting all the utilities in the area. 

"This service also helps us-thc utility member 
companies-because sometimes we are the excavators. 
In fact, the original purpose of forming, the committee 
was to assist each other in eliminating damage to our 
plant.*' 

The Miss Utility center employs four fulMime 
employees to answer calls from excavators, explained 
Mullenax, who has been working on the new kgislation 
since 1977. "Even with 17 incoming lines, sometimes 
the calls back up," he said. 

Recorded ceiiversatfw 

"When you call Miss Utility, you speak to an 
iperator but the conversation is simultaneously 
recorded. If the excavator damages plant knowingly, or 
without calling the utilities, he has to pay for the 
damage. 

"There are disputes, sometimes, and these record- 
ings can be used in court, but |t's rare that utilities have 
to go to court. 

"After you call Miss Utility with your location, cme of 
the operators will verify it on the grid map and then 
teletype the request to the utility or utilities involved. 
Scanetimes a telephone company and an electric 
company will use the same route." 

Miss Utility is not a policing agency. "It's a service 
utilities provide, not Just for ourselves, but for anyone 
planning digging. Even fencing companies are starting 
to use Miss Utility now," Mullenax said. 

Altogether there are four utility committies servicing 
Virginia: Miss UtUity in Aifelphi, Md., Miss Utility Gi 
Virginia in Richmond. Miss IWUty c^ Lynchburg and 
Roanoke Valley Underground Location Service. 



24 Virginfe Beach Sun, Wednesday. July 9, 1980 



BEflBCJ GJBIiliEUlJGJ GJBflBtD 



Window toppers program 

The Virginia Beach Department of Agriculture/ 
Cooperative Extension Service will sponsor a ••window 
toppers" class on Thursday, 17 from 10 to 12 noon in 
the Department of Agriculture's Conference l^oom and 
from 7 to 9 p.m. at the extension annex on Birdneck 
Road. 

Pull-down shades, roman shades, australian shades, 
and balloon shades will be discussed. 

Registration is necessary; contact the Department, of 
Agriculture, Home Economics Divsioaat 427-451 1. - 



Elrod to speak 

Mrs. Frances S. Elrod, director, Virginia Beach 
Department of Social Services will speak about •'Food 
Stamps" to the Virginia Beach Client Involvement 
Committee, on Tuesday, July 15, at 10 a.m. at the 
Virginia Beach Social Services Department, 3432 
Virginia Beach Boulevard. 

The public is invited. 

Call 422-1943 for more information. 



A.R.E. coivference set 

Dream interpretation, holistic healmg and reincar- 
nation are the themes for three week-long conferences, 
July 13 through August 1 at the Association for Resear- 
ch and Enlightenment, Inc. (A.R.E.), library and con- 
ference center, 67th Street and Atlantic, Virginia Beach. 



•*How to Interpret Your Drenms." July 13 to 18 will 
include a study of the different levels of the mind and 
how dreams are produced. Dream incubation (pre-slecp 
preparation for stimulating certain types of dreams) and 
dream recall techniques will alio be discussed in lectures 
and workshops. Among the featured speakers partic- 
pating in the conference are Dr. Stanley Krippner. 
author of Dream Telepathy, and Dr. Robert Van Dc 
Castle, director of the Dream and Sleep Laboratory, at 
the University of Virginia. 

"Healing and the Temple BeauUful/' July 20 to 25, 
will focus on the ancient roots of holistic healing prac- 
tices and modern day techniques for better health by 
understanding the healing source within yoursetf. 
Natural childbirth and acupuncture will be among tne 
topics discussed by featured speakers, Drs. William and 
Gladys McGarey, officers of thc"llewly formed 
American Holistic Medical Association and co-founders 
of the A.R.E. 

•'Reincarnation: Re-Awakening Constructive Patter- 
ns From Past Lives," July 27 to August 1, will explore 
the different theories of reincarnation and examine 
methods through which past life experiences can be used 
to reawaken your h^hest potential. Featured during this 
week will be lectures and workshops led by Dr. Gina 
Cerminara, author of ••Many Mansions," the first book 
to integrate Western Psychological concepts with the 
ancient theories of reincarnation, and Dr. Herbert 
Bruce Puryear, Director of Research Services for 
A.R.E. Both speakers are internationally known for 
their lucid and insightful research into the reincarnation 
theories of the great American clairvoyant, Edgar 
Cayce. 

For further information concerning conferences and 
evening lectures at A.R.E., contact the registrar, 428- 
3588. 



The A.R.E. Inc. is a non-profit, open membership 
organization interested in parapsychology and the 
psychic readings of the later Edgar Cayce. 



Mission opens house 

During the month of July the Sdmitology Missicm of 
Virginia Beach will hold open house daily, including 
weekends, between the hours of 1 and 8 p.m. 

Free IQ and personality testing; lectures; and tape 
plays vidll be featured during the open house at the cm- 
ter located at 2100 Mediterranean Avenue (corner of 
21st St.) in Virginia Beach. 

Call 428-5231 for more information. 



mw mmm{i}\M m\i{iE 



For week of July 9 to 16 



For more complete forecast, read indications for your 
Ascendant sign plus Birth sign. To find your Ascendant 
sign, count ahead from Birth sip the number of signs 
indicated. 



Time ef Birtk 

4 to 6 a.m. 

6 to 8 a.m. 

8 to 10 a.m. 

10 to Noon 
Noon to 2 p.m. 

2 to 4 p.m. 

4 to 6 p.m. 

6 to 8 p.m. 

8 to 10 p.m. 

10 to Midnight 

Midnight to 2 a.m. 

2 to 4 a.m. 



Probable Asceadaot is: 

Same as birth sign 
First sign following 

Second sip following 
Third sign following 

Fourth sip followii^ 
Fifth sip fdlowing 
Sixth sip foliowiii^ 

Seventh sip foQowi^ 

Eighth sip following 

Ninth sip fdlowtng 

Tenth ^p foUowing 

Eleventh s^ foDowing 



ARIES: (March 21 to 
[A^ IS — Also kries As- 
caidaBt) — Be willing to 
ac(^ extra woiic (h* re- 
spo^pUttty — it wm boo^ 
mtjsr stodc. Guard yrar ijem 



ant) — Don't "dog off" on 
the job — opportuniti^ are 
aU around you. bo your 
wiH* well and foUow tte 
dlTKtfons of superiors. Om- 
centrate contimiaBy as wi»t 



per OB , the hon^ front asSD^you're doing so as not to ^ip 
don't isKie commmSsL P^ up. Avoid family manbers 



ipusr eiKi^s ii^ (^^tive 
||»rojects when ass^iat^ 
imrni uncooperative. 

TAURUS: (A^l 21 to 
[1^ H — Also l^uinis As- 
t> » Be outping and 
ItalEe tte initiative in career 
Imatters. Check your 
[0Baiic^ and be sure there^ 
to meet unexpected 
Don't wa^ your 
worrying about 
figure Out ways to 
mwe. 
6nilNI:<May2ltoJ«e 
— AJso Gemini Aseml- 



wlK) are u(^t. 

CANCER: (June 21 to 
July 22 — Also CaM^ As- 
eendant) — tf an imliscreet 
or secr^ love affair has 
been part of y«ir life, it 
could be discovered now 
with unomifortable conse- 
quences. Creati\^ pro^rts 
go weU ai^ it is a favorable 
time to dp cMitiac^ or 
agreements. 

LEO: (Jvty U to Ai^ 22 
'- AIM Lee ^^^wiaal) — 
Happines on the iKHne ^nt 
can carry over into yoin- 
career lile. Mix social 



events with business and ap- 
proach people in authorita- 
tive positions. You don't 
have to be the "laM of the 
big spenders" to impress 
others, so curb extrava- 
gance. 

VIRGO: (Aag. 23 to Sept. 
22 — Also Virp AseemtaBt) 

— Take the initiative in 
work matters and opportuni- 
ties will come your way use 
your imagination and 
creativity to fulfill your 
high^ potential. Past ex- 
travagances could j»me 
hbme to roost, so s#lp a 
budget with family ntem- 
bc^s 

USRA: (S^ 23 to Oct. 
22 -T- Atoo Lflbra AscewiaBt) 

— Approval and cooopera- 
tion from your ccrfteagues at 
work may allow tte acc^- 
mce of a project you pm^ 
ent Not the time to im^ 
mon^ without professional 
asstetance. Pay attrition to 
yens: health throu^ dfet and 
mtfyemt relaxaticm. 

SCORPIO: (Oct. 23 to 
Nw. a — Also Scorpio As- 
eeodaot) — Your ini^icm 
and bi^g^t are op^mting 
reliably. Matters at a dis- 
tance are parotuclarty fi^ 
wred. Keep personal nepti- 
atims to yourself — the one 
you thbik you can trusut 
may dlsai^int you. Be con- 
^(terate (rf a loved cme. 

SAGITTARIUS: (f^. 22 
to Dee. 21 — Also Saglttar- 
ias AjcgBdant) -^En^oy a 



pleasant Sunday with lo\n5d 
ones. Get advice from busi- 
ness associates about your 
future goals. Listen and ob- 
serve what others are say- 
ing and dobig rather than 
doing ail the talking your- 
self, and you'U learn a lot! 

CAPRICORN: (Dee. 22 to 
Ian. If ^ Also Ci^rieom 
Aseotart) -^ Rmnance is 
rewantbig over the weekend 
and married Capricorns 
may fted the relatkfflship 
dec^ning. Take a "mnion- 
sen^" apjm^ch at wort 
and get thtop dome. Take 
time off if you feel phy^cal- 
iy out of sOTts. 



A^AmUS: (Jaa. 21 to 
Feb. IS ~ Afeo A9»riiis 
As^sofym) — Your new ro- 
mance &mUi reaHy g^ oU 
m gpround mm bringl^ 
mudi happiess. Eastgy to 
higi, $0 ^wip toto yow 

w«-k iw* wtth v^fflT. mm 

be distracted by lael^ 
ki^s presrated by Mes^ 
— ^yorpnized. 



PISCES: (Feb. It to 
Mar^ » — A^ nse^ As- 
c«toit) — Pull out all the 
^ops aiMl forp ah^ with 
full energy. (Mms are o»p> 
W^tive and you can accom- 
plish anaU miracles. Pay no 
attent^ to go^ and don't 
becMr» involved in others' 
ppoWtens. Financial specu- 
laticm is not favored now. 






C.L.A.S.P. holds meeting 

CLASP (Citizens Loving All Special People) will hold 
its monthly business meeting, Thursday, July 10, at 7:30 
p.m. at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Lynn Shores 
Drive at Virginia Beach Boulevard. 

For information call 486-31 10 or 423-1270, extension 
415/524. 



Broad Creek reunion 

The Broad Creek Village Reunion committee will 
hold a school reunion dinner/dance on Saturday, July 
26, at the Commodore Country Club (F.O.P.), Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 

Cocktail hour wiH be from 6 to 7 p.m., and Dinner 
(which will be buffet style with three meat items, etc.) 
from 7 to 9 p.m. and dancing from 9 p.m. til. 

Reservations^ and a fee are required. 

For more information write: Reunion, P. O. Box 
12052, Norfolk, Va. 23502. 



4-H day camp announced 

The Vh-ginia Cooperative Extension Service, 4-H 
Division will sponsor a week-long 4-H Day Camp 
Program beginning Monday, July 14, from 9 a.m. to 12 
noon. 

The camp is open to all youth between the ages of 9 - 
13. Registration is limited to 30 youth on a first-come, 
first-serve basis. There is a small registration fee for 
each camper. 

Some of the camp irctivities will include: clowning, 
terrariums, archery, outdoor cookery, bug study, and 
many more. 

For more information call the 4-H Office at 427-4617. 



Furniture workshop set 

The Virginia Beach Department of Agriculture/ 
Cooperative Extension Service will sponsor a three day 
furniture refinishing workshop from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
(with 1 hour lunch break) on July 23, 24, and 25. 

It will be held at the VPI Annex located on South Bir- 
dneck Road in front of the S^tack Elementary School. 
Preregister by calling 427-4511. There will be a 
r^istration fee which is necessary to cover the expense 
of some of the suppUes. 

Limited space is available. . 



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H The American Red Cross bloodmobile will collect 
X blood on Friday, July 18 at the Naval Air Station, 
: Oceana, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the chapel. 



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'Tm naliy an m^oors type of person, " said Tern Smith, 30. "I enjoy deep sea fishing immensely, and hope 
&mwk^ to open a year rmi^ charter fishing servkx/'^ith, a six month Virgin^ Bmn^mid^iti^ a Omrtm^, 
N,C. nattve, and is er^yi^i with a tocal realty office. In addition to fishing, stw enjoys sailing, atmping, wMt^ 
water nifting, and bac^MK^:^. « . .. ^ 

Smith pkms to marry a Beach res^wt in the fall, and continM living here. *7 love Virginia Beach, s9u said, - 

"tMsis ¥^iere / want to settk. " 








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By GREG OOLDFARB, editor 

The Virginia BoKh Sun 

Virginia Iteach public schools are something many 
people take for granted. 

Practically every year 
new ones go up, and old, 
or vercrowded ones* 
usually end up serving 
other public needs, such as 
vocational/technical scho- 
ols, or effective learning 
centers. 

Looming on Virginia 
Beach*s horizon are two 
new elementary schools; 
each costing city taxpayers 
about $3 million. They 
have been funded since 
1977 by municipal bonds. 

The two schoote, which 
will have approximately 
33 classrooms each, wttl 

be located in Virginia Beadi's high growth areas: Green 
Run ami Kempsville. ^ 

RoiHMMrtSckool 

Theoretically, the Rosemont Road Elementary 
School will give relief to the overcrowded Green Run 
Elementary School, built in 1976 with a des^ capacity 
of 820 students; and the Kempsville Meadows Elemra- 
tary School, built back in 1959 with a design capadty of 
720 students. The new school is expected to be com- 
pleted by 1981. 

The Rosemont School will be located on Rosemont 
Road, between Lynnhaven Parkway and Dahlia Drive. 
The new building boosts energy efficiency measures, a 
square design, and a courtyard in the middle. But as of 
now, there are no provisions to landscape the courtyard 
area, according to E. Carlton Bowyer, assistant superin- 
tendent of operational services. 

"We have no plans to landscape the courtyard," 
Bowyer said, "usually a civic group or the school 
Parent/Teacher's Association does it." 

The Rosemont School library will open with 7,529 
volumns of books, including nine or 10 sets of reference 
books. 

Designed to accommodate 8S^ students, Bowyer 
said $170,000 has been allocatea^for furniture and 
jcquipment for the new school. But/lj^fore purchasing 
any new equipment school officials will attempt to use 
"^y surplus furniture and equipment from any of the 
other 60 schools in the city's school system. 

"We're trying to use surplus equipment," Bowyer 
said, "before buying anymore. 



The*city will use tdsed furniture 
and equipment in the new 
elementary schools to cut over- 
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"We feel that out of the 60 schools in the Virginia 
Beach school system, there will be enough good used 
furniture and equipment in surplus to allow us to reduce 
the merchandise we will have to buy, and cut the cost to 
about $100,000." 

Situated on 14.2 acres of land, the Rosemont School 
will also employ a cafetorium. replete with lunch tables 



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city whose population has in^^sed l^ more than 
75,000 people since the 1970 national ceuut was taken. 
"We are constantly looldng for Jand," Bowyer said, 
"and right now, west KempsvUle leans to be the hot 
spot. 



Beach school officials are con- 
stantly looking for new land; 
the hot spot now is Kempsville. 



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The Rosemont School will be similar to the Providence 
School. 



with attadied seats, and 500 extra folding chi^ for 
assemblies and special functions. An audio visual room 
is also provided for in theiiew school, including a 100 
square foot viewing screen. 

Providetcf EteBMBtary 

Providence Elementary, also ready to undergo con- 
struction, will be built on the comer of Providence 
Road and Church Drive, adjacent to the Kempsville 
Junior High School. It, like tlM forthcoming Rosemont 
School, lies in another one of Virginia Beach's fast 
growth corridors: Kempsville. 

The Providence Roiui School will be very similar to 
the Rosemont School in size and student services. The 
choice of principal of either school, however, has not 
been made. 

Why a M^ growth area? 

One question relative to the two new schools is, why 
are Green Run and Kempsville the fastest growing areas 
at the Beach? 

Bruce McOuire, deputy su|;wrintendent, said there is 
no clear cut reason why one area in a city populates 
iftster than others. 

"We in the school administrative offices," McGuire 
said, "sorve the school aged population, where ever they 
maybe. 

"It's our role to plan for, and locate school facilities 
where the need exists. 

"Usually, the principle factor influencing high 
growth areas, is the local contractors; that is to say, 
when a developer chooses a section of Virginia Beach to 
build houses, and people buy those houses, there is 
significant population growth. 

"The Green Run and Kempsville areas of the city 
seem to be popular because developers are building 
houses there; it is centrally located for most of the local 
working force; and there is land available in those areas. 
Plus, the land there is not as expensive, as say, the 
Hilltop section of the Beach where there is also land 
available." 



'Th^ city is already using 154 portable dassrocHns to 
Supplement the aheady existhig schoc^, and it's con- 
ceivable that we will be forced to use mmt portables if 
the new schools rui up, as we predict they wiO.' 



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McGuire echos Bowyo^'s predictk» tfat wcit Rem 
psvUle wiU be the ^t of another new idHX^, but 
reporu that the dty'i upcomiiig new i^ ichoel is the 
city's curr«it mi^or project. 

"We are now looking in west KemptvUe for land for 
a new sdiool," he said, "but the new fnsk W. Cox 
High School, costing at least $13.3 mUhon, is the city's 
major progject now. We expect to cpmt that facility in 

1983. 

"It wiU replace the old one on Great Neck Road 
which is now inadequate to serve as a hi^ school. It is 
adequate, however, to serve as a fine junior high 
school." 

Beach rcsideals wait qiaily 

The Virginia Beach school system is spending millions 
and millions of dollars to meet the needs of local 
residents in the largest city school iyttxm in the state. 
And although overcrowding will always be a day to day 
concern for school officials, with the coopertflon of dty 
council, and parents, our children will not have to suffer 
too badly from it. 



Letter to the editor 



Council disgusts resident 

Dear Editor: 

Once again our elected dty council members, with the 
exception of one, Mrs. Reba McCHawm, have made 
public spectacles of themsdvesi Aftw voting five times 

(SeeAptseS) 



West KempsvUe: New hot spot 

Most schools in Virginia Beach are now being used to 
design capacity, serving almost 56,000 students living 
over the Eieach's 260 square miles of land. 

School officials keep a vigilant watch for new school 
locations to accommodate the needs of a fast growing 



a USPS-660-140; Published Wednesday. 

qjl 1 38 Rosemont Road, Virginia Be^h, VA. 23452 

Phone (804)486-34K) 



HanesByerly 
Publisher 



Greg Goldfarfo 
Editor 



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SUBSCRIPTION RA'reS 



Withing Tidewater Area 

OneYear.$7.00 

Two Years-$12.00 



AUOth« Areas 

OneY«ur-$9.00 

TwoYears-$15.00 



Second class postage is paid at Lynnhaven Station 
^ in Vii^nia Beach, Vir^nia. 



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A believier in Democracy 



and i^n^ i<^ 'b^M cb^id doers' pi^prtedl^ 
mJeti^N^ aetttoo* to ^b&m a *teioiuiel nat^ - 
me degtiW of « m^FOi^* two tl««^ r^ wl« my «- 

^^ k tte cMBift itenNr to ^Mem tiie ks^ 
i^Oi May i eoM^taua^ Section imd k^^ to #b- 
•ttVe thedea^cntiepro<x» at wortt k lie dectkm oT 
Ktej^, l^aiyiM yet bMi«e wlitt teW»^t 



I voiced my d)jectkm to tte procedure of alkming 
tiie oounctt to go Into aeoidvi KMkMi to Mr . Dtle Un- 
ion, dty tmnmi ^.OtftisfhiKt^ffc^^^cult 
court and jMt^i^ ^ntm at tUi Aimi; Od^oe 
Olemi McCtenm^ #iimte of our 0«^i* AssonUy 
Dckyatloiii and ^^ A^toe &no», ccMramwealtt at- 
tor<%.J even wei^toapQPi^i^lnteMnd sliced 
a cap to die Bmt A^raey lien«:id's CMSiel I3eing 
nowliece diere ^ MM n^ Ira^ ilfCwiM womoi, 
none of tte attOTnors' were avidUbte) t pursued my 



How Beach selects professionals 

Selectibns questioned 



ByLEBCAHILL 

Sun dty onnefl c(m«^M»4eiit 

Vkiinla Beach's "closed" policy of selecting ar- 
chitects and engine^s for dty projects has raised ol^- 
tions from Tidewater |»t>fe8sional associations. 

E, Bradford Tazewell, of tl^ Norfolk-based architec- 
tural firm of Williams and Tazewdl, told City Coundl 
Monday afternoon that the polity restricts competition 
in quality and cost aiMl wiU resuk m similar polidet in 
Chesapeake and Norfolk where sooner or later, Virgmia 
Beach firms will be Mackttsted. 

He said the poliqr was '*restrictive, parochial and 
provincial," aiKi that the area needed, rather, more 
regicHial cooperation. 

Taaew^ asked Council to r^um to the policy adop- ^ 
ted in 1979 which had tte si4>port of the Tidewtter 
Assodation of Archtte^ and tfie 11<kwat« ChaiHer of 
the Vfafi^ Associate 1^ PtofeiAmd Bn^nem. 

The 1979 policy cab for selecAmt based on "demon- 
strated competence and qualification for services 
required and tt f^ md reasonable fees." 

After omiplaints from 1^1^^ Be^ firms claiming 
that <Nitdde first were recdving the c(^ra^, the poHcy 
was diai^ to read that "^ Virginia Beach cm- 
suhanu wOl normalfy be eonridefed fos ardiitectival 
/ and enftaeoing sCT^^xs (» dty project. Titt firms are 
defined as being locked fai the d^ or maintaining an of- 
fice wi Ain the dty but «npto)^ at leat two registered 

IHtrfies^mi^ and at leatt 75 percCTt of the ^Yices c(m- 
tracted must be pofimi^ within the local office, 
idthou^ the main (^fice is looked ^ei^Nt. 

If the expertise is not a^^iUaMe in ti»e dty, firms out- 
side the dty nuy be s<riidtied. 

Tazewdl said that iHiite the closed pcriicy may be of 
advantage to certain Virgiida Be«A dtizens it wfll 
prevent dtizens from procuring the best services at die 
lowest cc»t. 

He asked Council to reaffirm its op^ policy. 

He said that he has lived in ViriM Beach aU of his 
adult life, but would be denied a contract. 

Bob Miller, past president of the Tidewater Chapter 
of the Virginia society of Professional Engineers, said 
that the 1979 administration policy was developed with 
the help of the engineers. Ten factors are included for 
consideration of a firm including such things as 
professional qualifications and capacity of the firm to 
accomplish the work. He asked the Council to recon- 
sider the changes. 



Dr. Robert Th^iat m4 Dr. WMm HelcMrfi 

O^TOMETIUSn 

Nav« aisMMi ttw prtctica 1 

DR-IIOIERTJAm 

FAMILy VISION CARE 

lye DCAMMATIOI^IIU^tOCONTAaUNKI 

Of aas Wnwt^t viiiip|Hng %#Mf9f 



Councilman Reid Ervin said that he endorsed 
Tazewell's resolution. Councilman John A. Baum said 
he "very much supported what they say." He said that 
the dosed policy '*favors a few individual businesses at 
the ejqMnse of the pubttc." 

Ervin added that if the dty were to introduce a 
resolution Uke this, it should be introduced in other 
dties at the same time. In fact, all Hampton Roads dties 
should be on the same footing. 

C^ewpeake, Portsmouth and Norfolk all have open 
polid« Miller said. To a sugg^tion that the dties were 
saying one thing and doing another, Miller said, "If 
they're not adminittering it in an open manner, they're 
going through diarades'to conceal it!" 



comirfatet w^ Mr. Ei^ns, ow k)cal commonweiyUi at- 
ttmiey. fir, Evans talked ii^th Mr. Mmson and Mr. 
F^t, thai i^ed to discus his findl^i «^h me in a 
ro^ off Ihe CMK^ mhkm. Vk pd^Med^ut to me 
Tte l¥ee|k^ i^ faifcMm^m >Ut, &ctlw 2.1-344 
&»cutfve or ^>sed m^^h^: (a) I^scu^w or con- 
iteration of anptoymenl, i^gnmem, tn^ckktmtm^.l 
stoftwd o^^yii^ here - M»e of tfiese (^»»kieratioili ap- 
frfy to dectfa^ a mayor! I tt>ld Mr. EvM» it iras a matter 
of ii^fpretttkm - a ]]% on words! According to my 
dkttOMry dM f<rilowi^ ddlmtions I4ip^: 

APPOINT -to name or asagn to a position, m ^fice 
or the like; designate (I^ige 73) 

ELECT - To select by vote, as for ah office: to elect a 
may(»-(Pa^4S9) 

I rest my case! 

It always amazes me when political analysts, 
pollsters, politidans, and members of the various n»dia 
discuss the lack of voter interest and partidpi^on 
during the various poUtiaU contests. I really don't know 
how they have the nerve to question dtizen partid|Httion 
when evrats such as this are allowed to happen. How 
anyone could help but c(mie away from such a meeting 
without a feeling of total disgust is beyond me! 

As a believer in the demooatic process I keep hoping 
rU live to see the day when it truly works here in my dty 
of Virginia Beach. It certainly did not occur reooitiy. It 
was as true and clear a iMcture of 'back-room, closed- 
door' politics as I haveever witnessed. 

iiopefully, one or all of our legislative delegatimi will 
pursue this occurence in the General Assembly ai^ act 
accordingly. 

Vivian C. Hitchcxsck, 
Virginia l^h 



"lye been told that a firm 
without offices in Virginia 
Beach will not be permitted to 
bid... "^Miller 



"I've bera t<M that a firm without offices in Virginia 
Beadi wiU not be pemritted to bid and (dty manager 
Oeoife L.) Hanl^^ cimfirms it." 

BMfltt said thM if Council paued the resolution this 
week **dKMe pec^ who ^i^uit to be pamper^ and 
prote^od iiHU cMie in next week." 

Ervia said, "Its intent of ihe resolution is all right." 
but 1^ thought otho* oUes should be induded. 

C<Hindlman Clar^ice A. H(rfbmd said he thought 
Coun^ should decide (m wluit's right for Virginia 
Beac^. "I don't think we can tell other citi^ what to 
do." 

J. V, Powdl resident of tl^ T^water Chapter of 
Profi^onal Engineers when professionals started to 
work for an open policy, he said that Norfolk had a 
parochial policy and "we got them to drop it." The 



Letters to the editor are wdcomed, and encouraged. 

They may pertain to any Virginia Beach related issue, 
orintoest. 

Letters shmild be typed, double spaced, ami indiide 
the send^'s none and section of Virginia Beach in 
which they live. 

Letters nay be mailed to The Virginia Beach Sun, 138 
Rosemont Road, Virginia Bndi, Va. 23452. 



(See INDUSTRIAL page 6) 




Colony Beach Florist, Inc. 

designs by JImmie Hobms 



I would Wit to invite all myfrttnds and ntighbors 
to stop by (uut see my new skop' 

Making di^ deliveries to area hospitals 

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We can't 
keep enough 

"We can't keep enough of The Virpnia Beadi Sun 
newspapers in stock," said Pocohontas Pancake House 
co-owner George Chrysostomides, whose Athmtie 
Avenue restaurant is selling between 73 and 100 Sun 
newspapo^ a week. 

"In fact, my only complaint," Chrysostomides said, 
"is that we don't get more of them to sell." 

Chrysostomides said The Virginia Beach Sun sells so 
well for him because it is chocked full of Virginia Beach 
information. 

"I think we sell a lot of the newspapers," he said, 
"because it has a lot of local names and activities in it. 

"It also includes a listing of Virginia Beach night 
spots, which the tourist, in addition to the locals, really 
enjoy. 

"Thereover photo usually catches the potential 
reader's attention, and after they review the inside news 
[, and feature stories, that paper is sold. 

"The Sun is selling quickly in my establishment, and 
Vm glad. It's good business for the Sun, and for me." 

To distrilmte the Sua In your busiaess, caO 486-3430, 
and ask for the editor. 




Chrysostomkles 



The Virginia Beach Sun now is available at the 
following locations during regular business hours: 

Pocohontas Pancake House, 35th and 
Oceanfront 

Sea Vacationer, 34th and Oceanfront 

LaPlaya Motel, 33rd and Atlantic 

Peter Pancakes, 33rd and Oceanfront 

Ocean Ranch Hotel, 32nd and Oceanfront 

Ocean House Restaurant, 3108 Atlantic 

Avenue 

Gulfstream Hotel, 29th and Oceanfront 

Sea n* Snn Motel, 29th and Oceanfront 

Best Western Viking Motel, 28th and 
Oceanfront 

Mardi Gras Motd, 2802 Atlantic Avenue 

Broadwaik Inn, 2604 Atlantic Avenue 



The Seahawk Motel, 26th and Oceanfront 

Ingram Pharmacy, 25th and Oceanfront 

Holiday Inn, 25th and Oceanfront 

Princess Anne, Motel,' 25th and Oceanfront 

Simmons Photo, 2510 Atlantic Avenue 

News Center, 23rd and Oceanfront 

Naotihis Gift Shop, 22nd and Oceanfront 

The Maijac, 22nd and Oceanfront 

The Original Suh Shop, 22nd and Ocean- 
front 

Ringside Restaurant, 22nd and Oceanfront 

House of Gifts, 2202 Atlantic Avenue 

Barr's Pharmacy, 17th and Atlantic 

Ivanhoc Motel, 2023 Atlantic Avenue 

Aqaurius Motd, 19th and Oceanfront 

C3arke*8 Cocktails, 19th and Oceanfront 

Fireside News and Bookstore^ 3113 Pacific 
Avenue 



MBBDBDfl EGflBC] &m Box Locations 



Tbcfe are Vhrgliiia Beach sun newspaper boxes 
at the foHowlBg Beach locattons: 

Peter Pan Pancakes, 

Atlantic Avenue 

Lake Wright, 

Northampton, Boulevard 

Ramada Inn^ 

57th and Atlantic 

Holiday Inn, 

Atlantic Avenue 



Post Office, 

24th and Atlantic 

The Diplomat, 

Atlantic Avenue 

Pocohontas Pancake House 

Atlantic Avenue 

Sheraton Motor Inn, 

Atlantic Avenue 




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1575MIIIDMiRoMi 

KIPlrttColoniaiRoai 

195 South PiMaTrnI 

901 Oaiioral lootfi louitirari 

116 Lyrni Short Dflvt 

3690 South PImTral 

lOH SMm DrIvo 

495 Wnp Grant RoMI 

4f61 HoHmdl Road 

916 LKIIo Mock Rm# 
3564 Hotend Road 

4vv9 Ronnoy Roan 
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317l9ntfStroot 

1010 i^acMc Avonuo 

1905 Atlantic A v a nua 

1401 Harport Roni 

1900 Atlantic A v a nu a 

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9400 Pacific Avomio 

1319 HollMid Road 

3940 Holland Road 

1401 Lynnhavtn PmkmjKf 

31M HollMid Road at fhlppt Comof 

900 A South Lynnhavon Parkway 

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BarbMra Fi^y, cM^eiMtt Df tt»Jtea imM» aad 
l!»iiu Meetim, (mi^pmm M mm Ad», »e 
pnpvii9$ im m M ^Mri Uite^M^'nnl^^^^^ 
Marl(^ti*dArtShow,ftei»««d^Ae'" ' ' """* 
Arts €Miey« 

the Arts Ctafter M mi Ai^ ikv^* ^^ Mws Me : v 
a.ai. to 5 p.m.* ran cr 4hti«. 

AU proits fron the Flea Market goto^ ^^^ 
Beach Am Center's biifldiiig ftoid. 

Odl m*tM for nare In^tamatioii. 



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CmM^Mm^mi M Dm^Mmi «f ftrtic of Vtry^^ach of Viiiinia ^m^ 
\^ilinHi And F<H^pi md Diraiatk SutnMiari^, at the^ose of hmb»ss Jum]^ 
' IW, a Mite ^uil^ inttitutjon oi^ni^ and opo^ati^i^nder the banking lam 
of this Sto^ ^ A i^b« o^ the B^tenA lU^r^ ^«^. JNhlishcd in a^^ft*- 
4im% with « <^ imde by die Sms IhOs^A^Mm^m and by the Fecfentf 
^«erve Bank ofthii Diitrtct. 

Coss^^ted ^^rt of C^i^^n of Bank of Virginia l^ch at close of busii^ 
onJuneW,lfW. 



AmeU 

1 . O^ and dm from ^pository ln$titirti<ms 

2. U.S. TrcMury sewriti^s 

3. Obligations <rf (^her U.S. Ck)verBment i^encies and corporations 

4. Obligations of States and i>oiitical subtfvisions in ti^ United Stat« 

5. All othen^mriti^ 

6.' a. Loans, Total (excludi^ uneani^ iMome) 20, ^6 

b. Less: Allowance for p<^^te torn l<»ses 171 

c. Loans, M^ 

7J Bank j^moism, furniture and ftxtures, aiul ot^ assets represent 

)^nk premises 
t. Real estate owned other ^i l^ak premises 
9, All Mter assets ^ 

id, TOTAL /^BETS 

II * DeaMBd deposits of ladMinlii ^tftflanhips and csibortjtfonl 
It Ti«aaiidia»lag>#epoaiUofin<Mdiiili;pMtiier8h^ 
M^wrpofa^ons 

If l)^i^ ^StiM HriyMkrid «A^^^» i^fte Qiited SM« 
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i^ilta.No.shaf«s«iithpitMd liMiie 

b.lto. shafts oiaMRdfaig 530,465 

20. Smplm 

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and other ea|Ml re^^ 

22. TOTAL BQUrrV CAPITAL 

23. TOTAL LlAlftlUTIES Jm> ^UITY CiUm'AL 





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2. Av^agefer 30cateiKlar days (or catei^tf motth) entfi^ with 
repmt^e: 

a. Totid deposits 26.059 



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t^ Ktpm olC^#^^«^iAi|^ t^ppartf^ schiM^ tes %Mi pt^^utA 
im 0m^inmgm ^^ ^ taMmttoap ImhM by ^ Bowd iNT OoMlaors of the 
MNrai tei»^ Sy^rii ai^ is KW M 1^ %M of my kaowMe^ aiM bi^f . 

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Pfvpares council docket 

Qty council needs assistance 
of many people, including 
city clerk Ruth Smith 



Tkc wMwi k VlqliiB tcwh c^ derfc Ralli teMi. 

Sie'i the w«imb w i pnuftit tm pifpMfa^ Om itoekH for cMk city „ „ 
■MdBg. Scrfk« tt titt pIcMnc of tN co«Ml, SMttk WM ■ppokMd 
^ "■>»i tm^S mjA k 9k» mpnmMk for H^ iwonft^ ctty mnril MaNai 
tor IMw wiMb iofi B toU w. T^w ncortHii cKy omukH ^mIIi^ Ii Mt 

doMMi Mrtter of coud policy. 

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MiCif; flie iiiHiBu oa tke riglil h forMr n^or, Mi 

mi pkolo iMi nnpM ta • PMiM fertormi 




Industrial sites sought 



(CoMiBaed firon pi^ 3) 

poUcy in Virgtnui Beach started as an administrative 
tting, he saki. 

Virginni Be»:h aiKi Norfolk have nK»t of the ar- 
diitect ami engii^aing jfirms, so that what these ^ks 
do wifl set tte pattenL 

Hairixirir said that he imtiated the poUcy at *79, hut 
snice Hmm a{^Mt>ved, the ^ had reedved |m» and 
foot and c^ne up with a UMMttfled potior, the b^ic 
^Ooioi^ of whk^ tt that aU ebe hd^ ei^al, a 
Tufsmtt Bmk fom wffl be tefeded. A ittfaid ad^wi- 
ttiie itf a Badi firm is its proxinuty to the prcgect. m 
wiqDe aaei, Itanbory said, the dty can go oi^de the 
cMy for pnrfessionab. 

prmlat of tte Natkmal So^ty of 
1 E^veers but qjedd^ as a V^UM Beach 
aid te Beach can be prond of its policy. It a m 
Ae pAie fatterest and "enaUes you to pt the bett 
«s. If the firm iMppem to be m ^%iinia 
ktm^ adckd advance of its locatkm. In the 
eH^r Aqv, he said '*We befievod ymi h»i to fo tt> Hew 
Yoik to 9^ n tfchitect and e^toeer.'* How some sM 
Inw to be tow#t from outack fm speekA projtcu, te 




He said he dioi^ it wke to re^bm the Mi- 
ndmdittion pdicy and mit to ^dde i» the ba^ of 
"who can make the Ingest MMse at d^ coundl.'* 

Tliedefni&icm of a local firm should not be iiKduded, 

he said but the advaitti^ of bdng doM to the locttkm 
' would be coBsidacd. 

i& aid he tfao^^ the South Haaqiton IUm^ dtks 
' were pte3^ baO honest^, bM that the dties on the n(v- 
th side are jott n^ttig. 

Mqror J. Henry McCoy Jr. imtructed dty momey 
Dale Bhuoq to <k«w up a propota f or study tt the Aug. 
4hiforaulae^»MdforG(Macnactk»atdieAttg. 11 



The Virfinia Beach l>evelo|NB«t Autlnrnty is 
kxrich^ tfound for aoie mdoiiiW ite. 

Alfred W. Cnrft Jr., cta^nu, in defivera^ die 
Auttof^t aa^ f^ort to C^ Omcfl Mowfa^ af- 
tcraooa tt M hrfonHd teidaii. said ^ Ommi WeM 
Im^nW P»k K c^ec^ to be fW|y oo^wd to fDw 
or five yeHi. The c^ sttfT hn reootfy fomplffrd a 

^«lbr ^wtetrial ^i nd V BOW n the pmcoior pM- 



tii«therep<Mt(^th«, hesaid. Airport IiMlustrial parte 
ahtady is 99 pwcoit occulted. 

Mayor Oar^ice A. H(dland said he "still tlOnto te 
propoty adjacent is the perfect industrial prop»^. 
Burton's Staticm, Mtj^ent to the Park, is a black com- 
mimity wUch has iippomd inch^rW eiq^MskM Into 
their nd^b<%hood. A m^mimendatton to tl» Om- 
INT^^dve Plan caU^ for industrial (tev^pmoit tfiere 
resufted to i^ghborhood opposition. 

H<^ndtaid he knew the po^ of Bwtmi's Sit^dtm 
wouM msk bi ^pportive to his sUtoneit. 

CwniABan Rdd Ervin said that altteu^ l» apaed 
tiiat tattm*t Station would be the Ideal Qtteask)n of the 
park, he muted to make It t^m that ^ Omd^ las 
BMtofavfMToftheUtea. 

Hie r^vt sutes ttet actlWty to Akport Indiatiial 
Pirfc 1^ de<^M dwli^ IMO^ became ft to fl^ ^ 
Owtog the past year thoK tmt four wp ^ ^A ^i^ wd 

fi9« new Mktt^ ^MMructed whkA hMi an Ms^cMt 
PM*^ of $2,O«,000. In MMom, OmtoiMl 
nopertes ^ndia^ five i^^ f^ t ^tf fl Mrtte n 
fc^ f» B«S'Wamer and CX)VA radias^l tm 

^^foraW^dPaicd^^lwtfonai^iwviccciWw. 

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Sherry Seaman used to play 
competitive tennis with Mom 



The IS year old daughter of BoKih residents Com- 
man^ and Mrs. Stewart R. S^unan, SUNshlne Cirl 
Sh«ry Seaman says of all the dl^erent places she's 
lived, she Mkes V^ri^ Beach the b^t. 



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j-'Coming from a military family,'* she said, "we have 
aPiys mw€4 Ulmnd a lot. We've lived in Virginia 
Beach, however, long^ than anywhere else, and I love 
It. 

I like hdng arcmnd the beadi in fact, I've never lived 
anywhere not aroumi the water. I have grown up with 

MMmtheSoHtli 

Having lived in Maryland and Rhode Island, %erry 
prefers the Southern way of living as oiqjosed to the 
North. 

*i think Rhode Island was real pretty," ^ 1980 
BaysMe High Sdbod gradwtte said, "but I prefer the 
lifestyle of the South ast^iqMSed to the North. I ttke the 
N<Mth@m coa^line, but the pec^le are tod fast {need for 
me up^ there. Tlie peo|^ are a lot nicer down to^." 

In addition to enjo^ng the (nrtdoor activities most 
Beach girls (k), Shory is tsptaaSify fond of tennis, and 
arts and drafts. 

"I tike to makeihii^," she si^, "includh^ sewing, 
quilt making, and madame. Rather than makii^ thii^ 
to wear, I Aal» ^i^ to ^ve as^fts. 

' 'But wtoi I'm m^ busy nuriqng things, I pb^^^^uib 
which I tean^ from my motto'* Uz, a form^ tam» 
instn^or ^th the ^^nia Beadi Department of Parks 
andReo»^n. 

"Wt^n I was in the fourth gnule, she used to take me 
out «Ml mate me im^^i^ iiMi 1^ for at feast 90 
mii^e a day. Lata*, oi^ a tinm spsn of about two 
yean, ^ and ij^qred t^ette' conqi^vety in load 
tourmm«its." 

RiM^ te A^ Ud^^iM l^mace i^Oa* «f 
Vi^Ma Bea^ whii her pttoits and dster AiM^, 17, 
Sh^ tt a fan of Co^try Rock, and Rock and Ron 
music. Her fiavtwte artist b Linda Ronstadt. Her 
tevQ^J^al retfnmmt is Three ShM» Inn, tmd h^* 



^erry ^Ms to attend ^d DoMlliA tlmvorsity in 
ttw VAi awl contittiM wo ikl ^ p tt t ^^me in n ttofcAk 



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COaadimttf from |M^ 9 

ICO, a California Ctnipttiy pufclia^ Sniffk 

Products and o^i^d ^ Une to imdiMk pocrf 

iipt««tcr sport8i«l«tecmns. 

Hew companies at tl^ ixut tadwte Atfer Ftentec, 

Pared Service, A^-^Wamdr, Bustmu Int«- 

. Eurpace Service and W. H. Bdai^ and 




The total square f ootegc f^ eipanncm and new con- 
UnittiOB was 168,500 sqwve feet valued at ^,413,000. 

•awnber of jobs cmted firO» the your's activities is 
The expansions ate added $19,S21 in feal estate 
m^mA the park wiH havsfWitArated ^52.S19 in real 
^iHiittx aloBe in 1979. 

1^ ^^ptmd desalinizi^n ^ojects on ten acres of 
^lai^ B eipected to have an unp^t cm the develop- 
fMM of the |Nt>perty. 

At Oceana W^t Imhisttkl Park, Cmth&A Componen- 
t^mmM^my of RekoTa Weniel Omh-H k Company, 
1^ wf Bad l^venahr-Ahrweller, We« O^many, will 
MM a we nWon (tolar niaufacturii^pilM produdqg 
[ ovhon parts for industrial me$. The plant is 



approximatdy 13,000 square feet i^ «^ en^oy 130 
peofrie ^i^hin five years. 

Norc^utsche Schleifinit^Iadustrie, of HMihurf , 
W. Germany, t^ locate Hermes Atouiv^ of ^^^ti^a 
there. 

The plant vHU be completed within two ymn oaa 15- 
acre tract tfid is ecpected to employ 230 people. 

Hie American nitaldianr of Lucas In^h^les of the 
United Kin^iom wiH relocate ^ open^Mi ta new 
fadUties at Oc^uia West. The coni|>any s^i^es major 
Andean ctiesel mamilacturers with te^ng e^dparat 
for the automotive hidustry. 

qqHEY'DI Am^can of HEY*DI Bauchonie Inter- 
national of West Germany will construct a ftu^y to 
Oceana West to manufacture HEY'Di ECB water- 
proofing membrane which b used in the roofing in- 
dustry as well as in tunn^,^^ms, sewage treatment 
plants aiMl in road constru^cn promts. The company 
will empk^ ten and inorease tc) 23 in f^e yo^s. 

D(HBestic companies annowcii« {dans for consttruc- 
ti<m in Oceana West indtode CI imrtemakers, Inc., Dun- 
can St Hitler, Inc., Lynnfiav^ Cmrp^mte Coitcr and 



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IHffkwi^ As^dates. 

Expai^ott ant ptaa^d by AAn^to^, S. A. iml ^^ 
Inc. Presot wd MtiehMted e9«a^<»s "^ l^otee 

130^w^biatS^. 
Aatfc^pted «^^matt imrtftd fw 1979 Mtt MS 

aMi the rata tiOtte tax cmMbn$m for Ih# «d 
bidldhipa«s 116,174. 

The ^mn^ mded the yev widi maiim ^ 
$1^131.4 ^m b^tedag te year aMi a Mtk ^ 
$2^191.^ fM at^ te^nK mis |iM^.27. 

the aty ^Vhi^Bki Bead! on ks oMMmdUi« hum. 

ChrirtlaBfiiaivaalal 

like tt» Avoa lady and ^ ae^^^hoed phmo 
tea^r, H. tttrihert and ^^ley A. Myon oper^ a 
noaey-auMig viMure from iMr kerns, 

Th^ hvm a a«S m^, CbtU^ fita r^al ttrary 
wU^ scaae ef titeir nc^b^rt nqr, b a feO-fladied 

residra^^MM. 

Coandl apaad Monday ^ilgmom, by a vote M 7-4 
de^hig dM ^itfm ft Mt periA fot a hoaM aoe^pa^». 
im K^w^ ^if JNia jfiMi nnw laid a aosaia ta apMrte 
Ae btt^iiM^liitdM msc know ttey aaeded a use peradt, 
I^F03 said, aiva a^il^MNi^ ccaaifida^ te ^ <^f . 

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^6ne Virginia Beach dancers will perform "Raggedy 
Ann and Andy,*' at the Doral Ifotehin New York Oty 
this weekend. 

As members of the junkr company of the l^water 
Battet AssocUitkn, thtyirere invited to perfibrm hy tiie 
1980 Dance Oongresi. the Coi^ress ooasbts of 
instructors from aU.over the couatty who wil see tl^ 
ballet performed, aad tt^a a^ the ^dieogifi^, 
Gonstufi^, etc., aooordh^ to tMfy Maitki, execittive 
admiidia:ittar, Udewtter «^t Associttion. 

^'BHSedy Ann and Ab^' was chcreogr«^4 ^ 
load iti^ veterans Ottm Hmmett ud Bidwd IMa. 



Qvic leagues discuss 
Christian films 

^^tiiHMd from pi«e I) 

Myers said that his family, indudfaig three children at 
iKm and ^iro dse«ta« who hdp part-time, run the 
aiafl order business ii^tich deals strictly with Christiaa 
fibas serving chwx^es, schools and other interested 

He siM tlMt he has daUy UPS sovice and daily maU 
'*wh^ anybody can have,'* craters are accepted by mail 
or over the phcme, aiKl Qre^ound Bus and Trailways 
are alM used for deliveries. 

He admitted that three times a year \Mt recdva a 
catalogue of shipments cteliv^ed by a tractor-trailo'. 
But tractor-trailers ddiv^items sudi as fymteire to 
other poeple in the neighborhood, he said. There Is no 
law B^iinst sudi d^v^es. 

LawT«icc Hanbury, who lives "across the street two 
houses down*' on Wolfsnare Road, said that he has 
been aware of the operation only within the past year. 
"My mail comes in the same truck," he said, and the 
Myers are a "beautiful Christian family." He said that 
Uyvn had not even been invited to the civic league 
meedng where the bu^ie» was coisured. 

He said that the civic iMgue received signatures in 
opposfckm on the bi^ of rumor. Some of the rumors, 
he yaid w^ that d^ h^en were star^ a rdi^ous 
cult, diat they w^eMard^ a new business In the ndgh- 
bortood, ^ trafffe w^M be increased as a result and 
that the reridoitial nei^bcNrhood would become com- 
merckd. He said the teague UMd scare uctics to get 
dgnatvses. 

C<randhnan Donald Merrick, who apprently had 
received information, too, asked Hanbury if he himself 
operated some business from his home. Hansbury said 
he had a personal home computer but did not outside 

work. 

AUce Hansen, a next door ndghbor representing the 
Launel Manor a^c L««ue, toW another ^ofy. She 
said die hMl been Uvsng wax door for three years and 
had Mt noticed activity before a year and half ago. 

"T^ ve not ji»t Christian flhns, she maintained. 
The UPS fruck calls three or f<mr toes a day swB^imes 

md v^ pull up (H^e m tmkot% wedc. The ndse starts 
at I a.m. and som^im^ cmitinuo unttt mUU^t. "I 
have h«l a nan kiKxdc on my do(^ ^lAflng about the 
budm^ uA (me Satitfday monkig **ttm stange- 
lookfav men" diowed up at her door. 
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Jon«, 1 1, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Jones; DesheUe Perry, 10, Mrs* Doris Perry; and Wendy Daria, 12, Mrs. R(»e I^^. 
Back row, I - r are: Todd Lindbwgh, 15, Mrs. Tessie Kemplin; Msdlla marlow. 14, Mrs. Shirley PowcU Martow; 
Michael BarrfekiU, 13, Mr. and Mrs, Peter BarriskiU; LesMeMaHow, 12, Mrs. Shirley PowcU hfafftow; and C^ 
Caperton, 13, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Caperton. 



lessons (Hamburg said she ^ve l^sons only at the 
Friends School? and Hansbi^ himself was doing 
bookkeeping. She also talked about a woman who gave 
swimming lessons in her pool. "I guest she gets paid." 

She safti all* this activity opais the door for future 
buaness. 

*Mrs£>Hanson added that there are five cars in the 
family and frequratly there are cars parked on the side 
road. She said the five children have a lot of frioids 
visiting aiMl In Mk^» the My^ Iwve faMi a pmiy, 
p^cms» di^a, rrtWts and flvedojgs ii4io bit people. 

"R isnt a C2r^^ matttf add hot Just Christian 
fttms. It's a Idviiy ^^txnftood icNMd R-l, not com- 
m^cial, 1^ it was a p«fe^ legal civic league 
meting." 

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Beach 
traffic 
a killer 

By GRK> GOLDFARB. editor, 

TlieViiiiiiMiBcMhStta 
**Oiie reason Virginia Beach leacb Norfolk ami 

Rkhmond in the niunber of r^istoed motor 

vehides," said CHy treasurer John Atkinson, "is 

because it took in all on Princess Anne County 

years ago. 

**Ridunond would be right th^e besicte us if 
they .^ for example, took into their domain 
' Itauko, Chesterfield, and Hanovw counties." 

As the ajoining figures indicate, Virginia Beach 
leads its two onniparaMe sl»d Virginia cities in the 

munber of cars registered. Figures thus far in 1980 
indicate that 147,141 have ahready been registered 
ttb year, which will keep Virginia Beach in line in 

continuing to surpass the two other cities in this 
category. 




Atkmson said there are a couple of other 
reasons for the Beach's big numbot: 
**Richinond and Norfolk are core cities," Atkin- 
son said, "whereas Virginia Beach is more urban. 



Traf ^ fines up on Atlantic Avenue 



"The average income for Virginia Beach 
residents n 1^, cm^equently, they can afford to 
own two or tluee cars. 

"Phis, Virgink Beach has many car leasing 
companies which contribute to the high number of 
rqi^ered cars in the city. But, we must remember, 
that even thmi^ the cars are regi^ered here, they 
mii^t be travattBg an over the state, or country. 

"Norfolk, in adcfition, ctoes not see a big num- 
ber of le^^ered v^kles because it is a stagnant 
city, as Is its populiUloa;" 

Atkiiwm also says that the business dumite is 
good at the Beach which prepetuates low taxes and 
many car kasing agencies. 



NOTICE TO THE PUBUC OF 1980 FIflEL FACTOR 
PROCEEDINGS FOR VIRGINIA ELECTittC AND POWER 

COMPANY 

Case No. Pl» 800067 



TAKE NOTICE that, pursuant to 
Virginia Code §56-249.6, the 
State Corporation Commission has 
established Case Ho. PUE800067 
to investigate the reasonableness 
of fuel expenses and the 1980 
fuel factor for Virginia Electric and 
Power Company ("Company"). 

On or before August 1 5, 1 980, 
copies of Company's fuel expense 
report for the quarter and six 
month period ending June 30, 
1980, will be available for public 
inspection during regular busi- 
ness hours at the SCC Document 
Control Center, Floor Bl, Blanton 
Building, Bank and Governor 
Streets, Richmond, Virginia and at 
Company offices where bills may 
be paid. 

Any interested person may file 
written comments on the informa- 
tion filed by Company by sending 
such comments to the Clerk of the 
Commission at the address indi- 
cated below, on or before Sep- 
%mber5, 1980. 



Company has not filed an ap- 
plication to change Its fuel factor 
for the remainder of 1980. Such 
application will be filed, if at all, 
on or before August 15, 1960. 
Public notice of any proceedings 
pertaining to a change in Com- 
pany's fuel factor will be given 
subsequent to the filing of such 
application. 

All written comments to the 
Commission concerning this mat- 
ter should be addressed to: 

William C. Young, Clerk 
SCC Document Control Center 
P.O. Box 21 18 
Richmond, Virginia 23216 

Vim^lNIA EUCTRIC AND POWER 
COMPANY 

By onier of: 

The Vifgifiia State Corporation 
Comifi^ioii 



Ei^iest fontt 
ofHfe 

The earikst forms of 
life ever found oo earth 
have bees dated as 3.V 
MUonyevsold. ^ 

The evidence for tiiese 
forms of life come from 
Western AustraUa where 
the fos^ were found em- 
bedded ui rocks and were 
chonkally analyzed. 



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Gregory 

named 

V.P. 

James K. Gregory, Jr., 
a Virginia Beach native 
has been named vice 
president and numager of 
Virginia National Baidc's 
Virginia Beach Ql^ at 
Atlantic Avenue and 30th 
Street. 

. Gregory joined VNB in 
1965. From 1976 until tl« 
I^esent, he was vice pres- 
klent and manager df the 
Ward's Qmer Ot^ in 
HorfdOi. 

A grwiuatc of Virginia 



Numb« of leistered mMor vehicles in: 



Virgmia Beach 



1979 
1978 
1977 
1976 
1975 
1974 



153,729 
133,076 
130,092 
118,186 
112,501 
102,314 



Norfolk 

1979 - 134,882 

1978-132,027 
1977-133,313 



Richmond 

1979-127,618 
1978 - 122,7^8 
1977 - 123,243 



Beach Ifigh School, he 
attended Louisberg J r. 
College in North Carolina 
and Old Dominion Itai- 
versity. Gregory also has 
completed the VNB Qedit 
Schod, the American 
Banking Insdtitute in Chi- 
cago, Illinois, and the 
Virginia Bankers School of 
Bank Management. 

Gregory is a member of 
the >%ginia Beach Ex- 
change Qub and a captain 
in the 32^ Support 
Group of the Virginia 
National Guard in >%ginia 
Beach. 

tfe resides in ^%ginia 
Beach ^th his wife, the 
former Margvet Ed- 
mundson, and their two 
children. 




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Bangel 

Ban^ digging in for a rooster tail on one ski. 



Laderberg 



Laderberg, taking a smooth cut on one ski. 



Goldfarb 



Ooldfarb, trying to stay up on two skis. 



Beach recreation 




and clown 
on the water 



"Two advanced water skiers, and a clown.** 
That's the d^orij^cm used by spectators after B^ch resident Harry 
Laderberg, Ncnrfolk resident Brad Bangel, ami Gr^ Goldfarb took to 

the water last weekend. 

"The first two guys (Laderberg and Bangel) were pretty good," a 
flshemum lying on his back laughing at The Narrows, 64th Street, 
said, "but whoever l^ that third guy (Goldfarb) on skis was crazy." 

Laderberg is in the furniture business in Norfolk; and Bangel is a 
building foremen in Portsiliotitfh.. 



Adverse decision may weaken case 



(Omdnued fhm IMP ^ 

^t^«r O'Brtoi, also a Laurd Manor, presmted a 
petittoA with ^ i^putures in oppt^tion. He pointed 
out dMit oidy mgs^lms of ^ f^Uy who live at tl^ 
reridtace gul be invdved in a home occupation under 
the law awt that the use of the d w^ing for business has 
to be a subordinate use. He said Myers' business was 
iMrt tfke the Avon lady's and the business was not in- 
dc^ to die use of dM home as a dwdUng. 

The toad is attrdw, lie «ttd, aiKl this wi» **ftot a Uttk 
one-mMi op^atiOT am) a(^ m^ mafl onter." 

•*If you gram this pamUt you will be opening Pan- 
dora's box." 

Counolwoman Reba McOuian asked about two 
Usdngs by Myers in the telephoi^ directory-Am- 
tennlor FUms and Christian Film Rental. Myers said 
his firm was Ouristian Film Roital. 

Rob«t Oumm, a next door n^bpr of the Myers' 



said that he had thought Mym was retired. He was 
unaware of the business. 

A motkm to iqni^ove the pcfmit faM by a 6-S vote. 
Voting i^dnM am^rovd were Rdd Ervin, Harold 
Hdschc^^er, Barbara Henl^, Hugh Kitchin III, Reba 
McClanan, and dom^d Morick. 

A motion to deny the permit pass^ by a vote of 7-4 
with voting against d^al were John A. Baum, Clarence 
A. HoUand, Patrick L. Standing and Mayor J. Henry 
McCoy jr. 

Haabnry sInniM be phickfd 

With the Virginia Beach planning director ab^Kiy 
plucked of any recommendation making on zcming 
ca^s, 01^ r^oning advooite thinks city manager 
Oeo^ L. Hanbury riiouM lose some fwthers too. 

Sun Houston, a City Coundl regular but Monday m- 



ting as attorn^ for a rewming applicant, said he <*jec- 
ted to Hanbunr's forewarding ocmimento on die case. 
He s^ Hanbui7 was not pr^nt at the PfauHiing 
Commisri(m houlng and that if he intenls to inject his 
comments, he should inchide all of the facts presented. 

The Council committee locrtung into the piDper rote 
of the planning director, might look into Hanlwry*i 
role, too, Houston sug^sted. 

Mayor J. Hem7 McCoy had earlier at the infimnrt 
hearing appointed a three-m«nb« committee, on the 
s^^tlon of CouiwUnan John A. Baum. to stwiy a 
Tt^ of tl« Planning director, R<^rt Scott, in matof 
rezoni^ recommendations to Couwal. The committ^ 
whkh also will study the le^l ranUflc^^ intHih^, 
inclwtes Baum. Reba McOanan and Hu^ I^Mn III. 

Hanbury rec^itfy cHtta^ tlK irfMO^ ^m^x to 
restrk:t comments in zoiung tsMXtn to i^^Mirt tafor- 
(SeeCOUHCILiMtelQ 



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July 20: States 

July 21: lantMlDeftB 

July 23-26: Soi«Mr«l 

July 30-August 2: Hot Cakes 

August 6-9: MDeai 



Ai^ust 13-16: FttAMOKMi 
August 20-23: SyMM8 
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July 7-20: &uiiViM 

July 21-27: MlyFeHows 

July28-Augu$t3: tkeSomiA of tiM Drifters 

August 4-17: SiiiuiyT«na' 

August 18-31: The MOUoiialm 

Sept. 1-7: Tke Souds of tlie Mfters. 




OIIlMim-Review: 

Saibird 

atThcCrystal 



Unwqpectifig patrons of Virgfaiia Beach's new The 
Oyttai lestanraiit gAm mtpdm last we^end. 

Bven thoi^hvceettmrurt/B^lttclttb <yt/Mf Steve 
J^nkfai is qiK^^as nyuig The Crystal would 
feature ^t enterydnnt^, the pogmlar recording 
gpoi9 SeiMrd was on Mage. 

SeaMtl is abowe bd^ con^lered h^t enter- 
tafamcnt, unless c^ coarse Rankin is planning on 
brtagfaig imo thsettab&hment, kKtfed in the 300 
UoA-ot ^nt1^ Beadi Bodevard»soiBec»M Uke 
Boa Scagp. Sei^ird not oidy ^lys original mu^ 
<^tte ta «yie w^ the atmoqphcie of The Cryrtal, 
bat they also perfarm a convkdag versio»of such 
cover tongs at^eiy Dn's *'Dr. Who**' 

Hm off to RMddn, and htt ^b. if competent 
mnsicai groiqM snch at Seated coiofaiue to grace 
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Backdoor Pub, 1284 Laskln Road: TIm 
Tuesdays throu^ Sundays, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. 



Gsogpfamk n, 1284 Laskln Road: il^MefUclMr, 

Wedn^days through Sundays, 8:30 -.m. to 1:30 a.m. 



Howard Johnson's, 39th and Atlantic Avenue. 
**The McQoad Band" appearing nightly. 



Hunt Roon,original Cavalier Hotel, 42nd Street; big 
baiMi sounds of Tomaiy Gwaltney, Fridays and Satur- 
chiys, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. 



Orion's Roof, 42nd Street, top of new Cavalier 
Hotd; big band sounds of Al DeHanls, Tuesdays 
through Sundays from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Mondays: 
"Caff' 



Round 'Room, Saturday nights: BiHy Morrfo and Or- 
chestra, 8:30 p.m. to Sunday, Tuesday, and Fridays, 
"Ohttes but Goodies." 



No charge for listings 

After The Sun Goes Down is presented free 
of charge by The Virginia Beach Sun 
newspaper as a public service to its readers. To 
include your bar or nightclub featuring live en- 
tertainment in After The Sun Goes Down, 
send information to The Virginia Beach Sun, 
138 Rosemont Road, 2345 L 



Vhii^ Beach SBa,Wetectday,Jtify 16, liMO 13 



Bulletin board 

ICoiMhHMd from pige ^0 
Iriy II, 7 to M P.M., laeaii parly, far IttM aad pit- 



M|y 27, 2 to 5 p.BB., pina 
He. 



Wanted: Male singers 

Ihe currem memberUiq) drive for barbershop 
harmony singers being held by the Norlblk Chapter, 
SFBBSiQSA, is contmmng wfth an "Open House" 
meeting on 'Hiesday, July 22, at 8 p.n., in the 
Emmanuel ^iboopal Churdi, 5181 Princess Anne 
Road, A^ifink Beadi. 

John Foburd, membership vice presklent, has issued 
an invitation to all men and boys who like to smg, to 
visit this chapter meeting to learn about barbershop 
harmony and how they am enjoy this hobby. 

The diapter meets each IViesday evenmg at the 
churdi, wlUdi is locaied in the Kenq»yffle area. 

For ftnrther information regardhig membenhtp caH 
463-0082. 

Naval families invited 

Ihe Naval Air ^OionOoeana wiH conduct a Navy 
Fami^ Service faiformatioB SchoolAugust 13, 14 and 15 
torn 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. hi the ttttioD C:hq>el dassroomt. 

Ihere is no duurge for Uie Schod and aU Navy 
fomSies are invited to attend. 

Tofncs to be covered wffl mdiKle Medical and DentM 
benefits. Exchange and Comnustary privileges and 
services offered by many odier aethrkiet on the base. 

Free Nursery caie will be avaUaMe for d^dren three 

mo^hs to eig^t years of i^e. Ihe deadfine for nursery 
reservations is July 30. For ftirther (teti^ or to 
register, call the NAS Ooeana Public Affairs Office at 
425-3131 from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daify. 

New library opened 

An open house is planned at the Robert S. Wahab, 
Jr., Public Law Ubrary for Friday, July 18, between the 
hours (rf 9 and 5 p.m. 

The public is invited to visit the library, tour its 
facilities and Icam about the legal information and 
services that it provi<tes. 

The library iy operated by the Virginia Beach Public 
library and is located in the Qrcuit Court Building at 
Princess Anne Courthouse. Specific directions to the 
library may be obtained by calling 427-4419. 



Library plans hoax 

The public library will wink at its reiMitation for ac- 
curate information-giving when the Great Neck Branch 
Library presents "Close Encounters with a HoaxI" on 
Thursday, July 24, at 3 p.m. 

People of all ages are invited to come to the library 
dressed in a space creature costume and bring a camera 
and a model rocket, pie plate, frisbee or any other ob- 
ject that they think will be easy to toss in the air and will 
r^emble a U.F.O. 

U.F.O.*s will be launched and photographed during 
the program. 

A special attraction for costumed participants will be 
the space mural. The mural was made by the Great Neck 
Branch Library arts and crafts class and will serve as a 
iMck^ound where creatures and ^uthlings can be 
phcMographed amidst the extraterrestrial mystery. 

The program is free and is offered in conjunction 
with the Vii^inia Beach Public Library Summer 
Rndmg Club. Spectators as well as participants are 
welcomed to attend the one-hour event. The Ubrary wiU 
take pictures for partidpants who are unable to bring 
their own ounera. For more information about '*Close 
Encounters with a Hoaxl**,call the library at 481-6094. 

The Gr«it Neck Bnmch Library is locate at 1231 
Bayne Drive in the HiUtop area. 



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14 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, July 16, 1980 



Virginia Beach Parks 



July Beach activities slated 



The Virginia Beach Department Parks and 
Recreation has announced the following July activities: 

Teen weigbtliftlng • 

16: City-wide Teen Weightlifting Contest, 7 p.m.. 
Bayside High School, for more information, call youth 
activities at 467-4884. 

17: Putt-Putt Golf, 7 to 10 p.m., ages 13-17, sign up 
in the teen lounge of the VBRC/Kempsville. Fee. For 
more information, call youth services at 499-1281 . 

17: Bumper Pool tournament, pre-teens 4 to 5 p.m., 
teens 6 to 7 p.m., VBRC/Bow Creek. For more infor- 
mation call 463-0505. 

18: Pre-teen/Teen Talent Show, 7 to 9 p.m., sign up 
in the teen lounge, VBRC/Kempsville. For information 
call youth services at 499-1281 . 

18: Record Party, teens and pre-teens, 7 to 10 p.m., 
VBRC/Bow Creek. For more information, call 463- 
0505. 

19:Registration for community football, soccer and 
volleyball, 1 to 4 p.m. area elementary schools, for 
more information, call atheltics at 467-5448. 

19: C.L.A.S.P, Dance, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.. 
VBRC/Bow Creek, for more information call adult ser- 



vices at 467-4884. 

19: City-wide K-9 Frisbee Oitch and Fetch Contest, 
10 a.m.. Call )n(mth activities at 467-4884 for rules and 
entry forms. 

19: Pre-teen/tecn skating. 1 to 4 p.m., bring own 
skates, VBRC/Kempsville. For more information call 
Youth Services at 499-1281 . 

19: Archery tournament, 3 p.nu. Multi-purpose 
room, VBRC/Kempsvilk. Open to adults and youth 12 
years and up. Ribbons awarded. Pre-registration with 
athtetic services, call 499-1281 for more information. 

19: Spades tournannent. 6 p.m.. Room 117. 
VBRC/Konpsville. Refreshments and prizes. More hi- 
formation and registration, call adult services at 499- 
128L 

20: Arts in the Parks Program. For complete infor- 
mation call youth activities at 467-4884. The schedule is 
as follows: 

•2 p.m.: Esprit Modem Dance Company (Newport 
News Park) 

•7 p.m.: Naval Amphibious Base ''School of Music 
Band'* (Norwegian Lady Park) - co-sponsored by Cape 
Henry Woman's Club. 

•7 p.m.. "Sandpiper Folk Dancers (princess Anne 
Park.) 



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DbUng, Dancing, Eniertainment tUlAM * 

TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY FEATURING ' 
THE VAN-PRESELEY SHOW 
THROUGH JULY 14th 



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Saudi Arabia's 
defense spending 

Saudi Arabia is the 
world's largest exporter of 
oil but it also has the 
highest per capita defense 
spending in the world. 

Over $48 billion was 
spent on defense and 
security in the 1979 
budget. 

Defense 
budgets 

The Sovfet Union qmb- 
ds U percoit to Hpetoeiit 
of its Gross Nationil 
Product CHK^ense. 

TlM Un^d States Q»en- 
ds only 5.9 percent. West 
Oermany spemb 3.4 per- 
cent and France spends 
3.3 percent. 

WasUiystOB |>opiilar 

Forty- five cities, 31 
counties, two lakes, one 
mountain and an island 
are all known for bdng 
named after the father of 
our country»Oeorge 
Washington. 



•7 p.m.: Wappadoodle Puppets (BayviUe Farms 
Park). 

JOtli: Tidewater Western Riders Youth Horse Show 
(Rain Date) 9 a.m. Mncess Anne Park, scheduled for 
.July 13. 

21: Ping Pong tournament, pre-teens. 1 - 2 p.m.. 
teens 3Lto 6 p.m.. VBRC/Bow Creek. CaU 4«-0505 for 
information. 

21: Tides Game. 6 • 10 p.m.. ages 8 - 12. Sign up in 
the teen lounge, VBRC/Kempsville. Fee. For more in- 
formation call youth services at 499-1281 . 

22: Teen Weightlifting Contest. 3 - 4 p.m., 
VBRC/Kempsville. For more information odl the 
youth services at 499-1281 . 

22: Co-ed VoUeyball Clinic, 6-7 p.m.. Gym. 
VBRC/Kempsville. Members of Tidewater Volleyball 
Association will demonstrate. For inore information, 
callathletics at 499-1281. 

22: Area Chairpersons meeting for community foot- 
ball and volleyball, 7:30 p.m., 4700 Recreation Drive. 
For more information, call athletics at 467-4884. 

23: Senior Gtizen couples club trip to Stratford Hall. 
Westmoreland County. Virginia. For more information 
call 467-4316. 

23: City-wide Teen Weightlifting Contest awards. 7 
p.m.. Bayside. For more information call 467-4884. 

23: Pool Tournament, pre-teens. 6 to 7 p.m., Teens 4 
to 5 p.m., VBRC/Bow Creek. More information, call 
463-0505. 

qq23 and 24: Summer Youth Recreation Programi 1:30 
to 3 p.m.. Open swim 3 to 5 p.m. VBRC/KempsWUe. 
For information caa499-l281 . 

24: BayviUe Park. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.. ages 8 to 12. sign 
up in the teen lounge, VBRC/KempsviUe. For more in- 
formation, call youth services at 499-1281. 

24: Applications available for Second Annual Tide- 
water Junior. Golf Tournament, VBRC/Kempsville. 
For more information, caU youth services at 499-1281 . 

24: Applications available for Second Annual 
Tidewater Junior Golf ToumameM to be held August 
13 and 14. Call youth activities at 467-4884 for morein- 
formation* 

24: Family Fun Night at 13 iiri^x>rliood youth ac- 
tivity colters, 6 to 8: 15 p.m., caM youtb activities at 467- 
4884 for site looitiiMis. 

2S: ^ythii^ Goes, 4 lo 7 p., ages 13 - 17, sign up in 
the teen lounge at the VBRC/Kat^MviUe. OOi yc^h 



Vanderberry elected commander 

Rolfe C. Vanderberry of Vhrginia Beach, a monber of 
Dalton-Cartier American Legion Post 204, Norfolk, 
and a veteran of World War II s^vice with the Army 
Air Corps, has been dect^ state commander of the 
Virginia American L^on for 1^0-81 by the 6&Ki An- 
nual Convention. More than 1000 Legiovuudr^ and 
Legion Auxiliary members attraded tl^ three day 
meeting in Richmond which condudnl with Vander- 
berry's etoction on July 13. 

Married to the fcmner KaleU J. Conboy of Norfolk, 
the Vanderberry*s have two sons, Jeffrey and Kevin. 



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Light-opera programs 



Summer Serenade performs 
at Oeeanfront Library 



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'Summer Semade", a t^ies of l^t-ppora programs 
l^oduced by the ViiiinUi Opera AstociAtioii, wUl vUt 
the Oeeanfront l^anch of the Virginia Beach Public 
Library for one performance on Sunday, July 27 at 3 
p.m. 

Hie performance of opera scenes and muskal num- 
bers will be stated in the library's interior courtyard. 

A cast of four ringers fnm the New Yc^k stage will 
poform songs from Jerome Kera's H§how Boat,'* Vk- 
tor Herbert's "Naughtyjidarktta," i^ranz Lehar's *'The 



Merry Widow." Jc^umn ^rauss' "Die Fledermaus," 
RudoH>h Friml's "Rose Marie" and Sgmund Rom- 
berg's "Student Prince, The Desert Song and The htew 

Moon." 
The perfOTmance b free and will be foltowed by a 

recession. 

The library asks that persons ptauuring to attend the 
performance repster in advance by catting 42M1 13. 
. The oeeanfront branch library is located at 1811 Ar- 
ctic Avenue. 



City-wide contest 



Beach dogs go for frisbees 



Beach (togs of aU l»eeds and sizes, with a talent and 
zest for catdiiag frirtiees, are invited to participate in 
the 1^0 Cyde K-9 Flrisbee Disc Catch and Fetch contest 
Satimlay, July 19 at Princess Anne Park in Virginia 
Beach. 



The city-wi(to contest begins at 10 a.m. and is spon- 
sored by the youth actNties unit of the Virginia Beach 
Department of Parks and Recreation. 

Winners hi the tocal ccmtest wiU compete m the State 
contest July 26 at 6 p.m., at the Vhrginia Beach 
Recreation Center/Kempevifle. Regtonal finab will lead 



toward possible qualiflcation to compete for the World 
Champion Title. 

That are no age, breed or sex restrictions for com- 
pedng dogs. LMsh kms wiU be obs^ved at all com- 
petitions and eKh dog entered will be required to l»ve a 

valid dty license and proof of raWes vi^;dnation. 

Application forms arc available at Mt. Trashmore 
Bait and Tackte S^iop and the hiformation c^ter at Mt. 
Trashmore, Vfargtoia Beach Recreation Center/Kea^w- 
ville and the Virginia Beach Recreation Centn/Bow 
Credc or tte Main Recreati<m Of ftce at 4700 RecreaUon 

Drive. 
F(^ furthor information, call 467-4884. 




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Moyler 

Sailing the salty seas 

Catanutfans may be f wmd both on and of f the sh<»« 
of Virgtaia B«m*. Jim Moyler, Vlr^nia Beach, ob- 
viously m^oyi the sport. 




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16 Virginia B^K:h Sun. Wednesday. July 16. 1980 



Couneil approves petition 



(Continued from page II) 

mation but without malcing recommendations to Coun- 
cil on tlie zoning. The action was taken following 
discussion by city Council on the effect of the director's 
recommendations on the city's position legally. City at- 
torney Dale Bimsom explained that when a Council 
decision is contrary to the recommendation of its own 
planning director, the city's case is weakened in Court. 

Baum pointed out that the city manager, In limiting 
the comments of the planning director was '*just 
fdiowing the advice of the city attorney and now he 
seems to be the heavy.'* 

In responic to Houstcm*s r«iutfks. Mayor McCoy 
said in regard to the accusatiom apinst Hwibury, "I 



think we direct him to do something. " 

Houston represented Richard C. Davis in his ap- 
plication for a change of zoning from R-4 Residential 
District to B-2 Community-Business District on a .31 
acre parcel on the north side of Wolfsnare Road west of 
First Colonial Road in the Lynnhaven Borough. 

Houston said his client was boxed in with commodal 
property. Hanbury noted in his comments that the 
Comprehensive Plan recommends single-family redden- 
tial devdopemnt at the e^dsting zoning for tlM site. The 
Plan hidicattt the area along First C^ntel Rotd bet- 
ween Mill Dam Road and the Hilltop area by en- 
coun^ to develop as an office and institutional area. 

Although office zoning would have served Davis' 



purposes, it would require 100 front fe^ while the site 
has only 73 feet. Business zoning is permitted with a SO 
foot frontage. 

Mrs. Martha Clukey opposed the rezoning. 

Council apprdved withdrawal of the petition. Merrick 
explained that the miuter could be reconsidered after the 
access road is improved. 

FoUowii^ the action. Baum n^ed that there Is no 
such parson as the dty manager. "He's son^ody the 
dty Invited to blame iu trottUes on.'* 

Councilmaa Reid Ervin addad Aat at <nm time tiie 
city mana^ made recommendatfoM rcftft^ lai^ 
on his own. Co^ncU ordered thrt prac ti c e st flgg a d . 



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It wiH stay aroumi for days, weeks. . .and 

sometimes longer. It will be read and re-read, passed 

from one reader to another, to every 

member of the family, to friends and colleagues. 

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Notice k tairel^ |i¥en thtt <n J«» 2. IMO, 1%e 
Ch^apeafce $aA Pmmoc T^cf^mc OoMipiny <tf 
^%giiii8 filed ^iMt the ^^e GorponMioii CbmmissMn <tf 
Virginia «a ^qrfk^ttkn lequeM^ hi^eases k oer^ 
of its rates mi etuu^es for ^kj^oae service, the 
Commission has sdbedideci a imblk hearh^ <» ^ 
ap^ication ia its courtroom m tite ^mton ^idtti^, 
Rktaiond, /^^iia, commcwang it 10:00 a.m. on 
lliursfbiy, SepMlwr 4, 19^. 

Ihe OoBiM&y Itel wiOi its app&attkn the Ustimony 
md eid^ts of the vHtaesses k jwoposes todfer M iSnt 
hearing fe^ suppott of its a^^ci^. AU mitterial ffled 
by tl^ Oo^Hqr may be revkwed in the Clerk's Office 
of the Cbi^y$smi or tt any crffice (tf the Oonpwy 

^ ire UUs may be paid. 

"On or beftie A^ust 18, 1980, all persons who e^^ct 
to partidpi^ Wt the te«ii« as a^arty Ptotestant nuist 
file and serve a Protest in dnformity with the 
Commission's Rvles of Piaoice and Procedure, and 
likewise shaU file ten copies of all prepared testimony 
and exhibits of tN witi^sses which eadi such person 
expects to (rffer m the hearing, and shidl serve a oo|^ 
therectf iqion coittsel^ the Company and forthwith 
furnish a ecfpy toiA other Protestants requesting stam. 

Any interet^persoD (puMc witness) who des ves to 
make a sttrtemett at ttie hewing ia Us mm behalf, 
eitl^r ftv Of H^tet te ^n^atoi for faicreMed rates, 
but notpatti^^ hi 1N heai^ as a FtoUistant, seed 
only t^ppw te te CoiiprisaiiB's Optttroom at 9:45 
a.m. OB Ikum^, Sep^^nb^ 4, 1980, and cosq^ a 
Notke of J^^MMpce M«r provMed ^ the Ooo^s- 
ioQ. A> puife irfi^^i will be ke«d as expecttleysly 
as posMe^ lM||BaiRi ^ >^W •"»•* or dioi^ 
thcieidler, oKfflilldaie. li ovlar flM^lie enouniOft 
may aceonlBeillMft«i»iM to be heard, aft fvMk 
wkn^ses are ^^i^M %f> VaM orat eouaents to a 
mmaianm M nptmt atetcs sid to notify die 
CoBBBissioB hi Wl^ prior to heaskig ^He so thitt 
theiri^peiaMtec OM be sch^hrfed. 

^ wrtoi cwHMH^atfoas r^ardh^ the application 
for increased rMes shoirid be ad^ssed to SiMt 
CorporatiattOoaHteston, Docmnent CoMrd Center, P. 
O. Box 21 18, Sktemd, ^gmia 2321€. 
The Chesapei^ uid Fotomac Teiephone 
CompaiQfofVfargMQaa 
4t7/16 VB _^ 

aFECIM.OC»Af SSIONER*S SALE 
Kack, Loll07, Qizi^eA lUver Shores, ^^kda Beadi, 
Virguna. 

PterMiatt to Md by virtue ci a deo^ d the Qrcuit 
Court of te C^ of 1%^ila Beadi, l^inia, made mi 
emered m Mf^ 19^ hi the cause dierein pei^ig 
under t^ st^ «l M^wd Hospital vs. Cby Cooke, et 
ah, the w^mipwd, lolki J. aKeefe, m. and Wifita 
F. Bums^, qi^ill coemMisioBefS of the saM Court, 
wiU offer for side U FUMiC AUCTK^ to the h^hest 
bidder, on the oewtiioitfe steps of the Qrcuit Court of 
the aty of ^^M Be»K:h, ^^ima, OB 

Mo^hiy» Jttfy 21 , 1980, at 12:00 noon. 
Ihe folk]w^ des<?^d real estate hi tihe Ctty of 
Virgin^ BeacA, ^hua, located b the 3400 Mock of 
Sale Drive, ^^gfairfa Be«A, \%ginhu 

im 107, PM of Bisab^ Si^r ^ores, 
€^ # Vbfl^ Bea^ ^^i|Mu 
1^ sale ^hA be Miiisct to M appwrrt lad 
cMiraMte cl tt» GoMt. 

T^m iAM^mm^n dsposm if imjo. Q»h 

Baiwoi ^Wb li4^^* 

i Plift R ^MB. CNpBiy, CSiriL of «e C^a* Qnri 
BfilltObrifnghiBBHi^ lAwWi^^hrai^fiMr 

in Hnt pMN#V piMMIIf Ac 0BmM itmm, Itt 

been g»f B ly^Mf mM sp^eW conBMeaiis. 

avea m^tm Imd M ITtt diqr of Iraie, 1980 

PhylUs N. ^i«B, 

Deputy O^rk, Qrcuft Court (rfthe Qty 

of Virginia Be«^, Vh^s^ 

J<to J. O'Keefc,!!! 

P. 0. Bob 1545 

Chesapeake, Va. 233^ 

4t7/16 VB 



In ^ Oerk's Ofike of 
^ C^cuit Court of the 
Oty of Virgil %^^ on 
the 25th day of June, 
IMO. 

Donald D. Jones« Jr., 
Pliintiff, a^nst Denise 
Au^ ^Ktei, Def^am. 

wmmKnm 

Tte^ectoft^suitis 
f (^ ^ mM l^totif f to ob- 
ti^ v^foree a mensa et 
fli<m^ to be later mopped 
and enUu^ into a divor- 
ce a vh^ilo mat^K^ 
ft*om ^ si^ defembuit, 
upen the grounds of 
^sertfon. And an afr 
fida^ havh^ been made 
and fifed th^ the 6ffmr 
dant is not a re«<fent of 
the State of VfrgfaUa, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being hatteras, Nor- 
th Ctedfaia. It b <»d«ed 
tiiM she do an^ear on m, 
b^ore the 1^ of At^ust, 
198^ nddo what auQf be 
necesB^ to protect her 
^cmM ni twB nut. 
A< 



J.C«Mtln^aerk 

iCiiAa# A. ArowD, D.C. 

B^QM^B. C^ffiwii, Jr. 

PtmlhfiitOBBi ffNftt f21 

^#|AiBeadl,Vlrifaiii 

2Nfll 

4t7^1^ 

in the Cferk's Omot of ^ 
droA Coiut of the Chy of 
^gma Bea^, ob ^ 
19th dby tii Ame, 1^0. 
Timothy Laae Potts, 
Pli^tiff, agf^st aoria 
Frances Potts, Defendant. 

cmmsLOB 

Hie object of this suit b 
for Ae sa^ pUuaiiff to 
obt^ a divorce a vincido 
matrtaEKS^ from ^ sidd 
(fefendavt, mxRi the gro- 
uBcb ctf sep»ation for 
more than one year. And 
an aSdavk havmg been 
nuufe soul ^d that the 
defienctant is not a resi- 
(fent (tf the ^mt of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
ol^ address beii^ 3902 
Mont^o Stteet, Apt. 5, 
Corpus Christi, Texas 
78415 it \s or^red that 
she ddiM^ev on ot befoie 
t^ llth (tf August, 19e0» 
imd do fNjBB MQT be 

iBK^lE^ hi dNtt SIlH. 

Adii#-^Mte: 
I. €MsiMl,€Mi 
Kia#>iy A. Ii^i^ &€. 
MeMlNl S. HvBMi 

NeHbft, ^^t^Ma^nilO 

^7/l#^ 



tothe Cferk's Ofllce (tf t^ 
C^c^ Court <tftiie C^ <rf 
VUrginw BokAl, on tte 
19th itoy of Jiwe, 1980. 
LiiMla S. Garrett, I^untiff, 
agaii^t MieftBel Ovrett, 
Defencfaurt. 



C^DEROF 
PiaiKATX^ 

1^ object of ttAs^b 
ftr the saki ftmOi to 
oteam a divorce a Btensa 
: et tlM3ro, to be ^te r 
merged into a ^orce a 
vii^lo matiifflomi at the 
exfrfn^n xji oas year's 
sepuittkn, ^m tiie said 
defea&im, upon the gro- 
uncb of constrw:tive ^- 
sertion. And am affidimt 
hav^ been m«le imd 
filed that tl» defeaifautt is 
not a rewfem ctf tite Smt 
of \%vumi, the last known 
post <^Bce iKfcbess beh^ 
21^ East Chesapeake Dr. 
Qiesapeidce, M^ima, 
and tlut due di^ence has 
been used by and on be- 
half d tlte plaintiff to as- 
certirai in what county or 
corponuion the defendant 
is, without effect. It is 
ordered thtt 1^ (to appear 
on or before ti» 11^ of 
Attgwt, 1980, and ^ 
w^ any be aeeessary to 
Iffotect his fan«cest hi tins 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 
J. OhikFi^ Clerk 
KtaM^A. jBmsni, DlC 
SMin B^ OeriaB 
:^3VhilraiBMcbMvd. 
\1i8imBBIac^ Va. 2^2 

U tke Oerk's Office of 
tiie Ctocvk Cowr of the 
C% <^ VkgUa Beach, ^ 
the 13th di^ of June, 
1M8. 

Nfaury E. Price, Phw^ff, 
a^wist A^ert V. ^ce, 
Defeadnrt. 

€mmtm 

mJKICATION 
The ob^ (^dus suit h 
for te m&d pii^tiff to (^ 
ttitt a (ttvcH-ce a viaa^ 
mM^M^ frim the sitfd 
defendant, upon tbe 
grotti^s of one year 
SQMratiiHi, And an af- 
fMavit havi^ been nuute 
ai^ filed thitt the (tefoi- 
daM m not a resicteit of 
the &ate ^ VufgMa, the 
last known po^ office ad- 
dr«s b^ 213 ChaHechm 
Street, Summerville, 
South Cv^ma 29483 H is 
onfer^ t^ he 4o ai^ear 
m or b«lwe Ae ^h of 
A^^, IM^ «id d9 

^lAm m^M msema to 

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In ^ Cork's Office of 

the arc^ Court of ^ 

O^ of Virpnia Beach on 

the 30ch day of June, 

1980. 

Huseyin karaoz, Plai^^, 



9^wA Pattte M. Karaoz, 
TM^ikmt. 

OktmjL OF 
PUBLICATION 
llie (^ject of this sidt is 
fm the said pUuntiff to ob- 
tdn a divorce A Vincuto 
; MatrinKNiii from tlw nki 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of des^ion. AikI 
an affi(to^ having been 
'ma^ ami filed that the 
; iefaichuit is not a remfent 
c^ the State of Vir^m, 
^ hot kncnvn post oRke 
adifress being 1968 Ryan 
Avenue, las Vegas, 
MeviKla. It is ordered that 
she do appour on or before 
the ^h of August, 19^, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
int^Tst in this suit. 
A copy-Testc: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
PhyHis N. Styron, D.C. 
Mr. Wmiam P. Wittiams 
for Peter K. IkilHUas, 
Atty. 

Suite 210 Atlantic 
NaticmitfBMri^Bldg. 
415 St. Paul's l^d., 
Ii^ft«.Vir^ia 23510 
^7/^VB 

vmO|!«b%: ifttfteOerrs 
Office of the Circuit 
CoBTt of the City of 
Virginia B^ch, on Uie 
30th(hiy(tfli»e, i98& 
tai re: Adq^im of Donald 
Aimam D^fy an inlKit 
imder the i^ of fowrtera 
years by Donald Max 
Dorry and Priscilla 
Abainza Dorry, 

Petition«:s 
TO: I^mte BobadilU 
NorfoUi,Vi^aia 
ORI^R 
This day came Donald 
Kfox Dorry mid PrisctUa 
Abainza Dorry, 

P^iUoners, md represen- 
ted that the object of this 
procee^ng is to ef fe^ the 
adoption of the above 
named ittfant(s), DonakI 
Abainza Dorry by Donald 
Matx Dorry and PrisdHa 
AMnza Dorry, husband 
and wife, and affKtovit 
having due cUHgence has 
been ined by or in behalf 
of the petitioners to ascer- 
tain in whiu coumy or 
corporation the niiand 
|NB«fll is, wHhout effect 
a»d that Dbbjc Bobad W a, 
H Bai«iial pBi««t of said 
«yk^f«), is a Bo»« 
imlifcBt of Hie Slate of 
VirgiBhi, liif tm fcBpwB 

Nof falfc, VlnMi. 

h if HMMreOrdsMd 
that tite said Daato 
Bobad^ anpw before 
Oils Coi^ «Mb ten (K^ 
da3^ ather pu b ttcati oB ai 
Ais Ordo' imd iadicstte 
bis/her attitude toward 
ti» ^op(^d actoption, or 
(Mherwise do what is 
oe^ytfy to pn^^ his in- 
terest in this matter. 
A copy tete: 



J. Curtis Fruit, Osrk 
Ph^N.i^yron,D.C. 
Fra^ P. Ames 
Doni^KtexDon^ 
Priseifti Abainza Dorry 
^7/23 VB 

in the Oat's CWice of 
the Circuit Comt of the 
City of Virginta Beach, on 
the 24th day of June, 

Cliyre Roth, Plaintiff, 
i^nst R<H»ert J. Roth, 
Defen^mt. 

C»DEROF 
PUBL1CATK)N 
The object of thk suit is 
for the said plaintiff to c^ 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the parties 
having lived s^mrUe and 
apart without 

cohaMtatkm and without 
interruption for a period 
in excess of one yeas. And 
an alfidavit havt^ been 
made and l^d that the 
def^i^mt is not a r^idait 
d the State of Vii#mi, 
Hhehwt put of flee addlte 
bi^ ODCSI KdO 
USABEUR, ^m Am, 
AP0 r^w Y^j, t^w 

ihak he do^ppelr <m or 

beCoie ^1M et Aa^mI, 

1981^ aaido wMpay be 

neccsarifto prolM^ in^ 

terestin^sint.^ 

Ac^py-Te^e: 

J.CitftisFrtut,€lak 

Kimberly A. Browm, D.C. 

BergMd Gordon 

2953 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Vir^a B»ch, Vhrginia 

23452 

4t7/23VB 

In die CiCTk's Office ^ 
the Circuit Court of the 
City U Virginia ftei^h, on 
the 20th day of June, 
1^0. 

Grace Lambe K^chets, 
Phdntrff, i^tnst Jeffrey 
Wood Michels, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATKW 
The object of th» suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grouM' of I year 
sepsM^k^oft purstfant to 
Section 20-91 (9| of the 
Cede of Vfrginla. to be 

^liSLi^t t^ fatfer Ml •tar'. 

eessfiNl wieks ia tite 

Vlr^iii tbiiM% Smi And 

an Mdwrtf lavfeni hecn 
aMde ted Bled ttet the 

Of Ae Siite Of Vlighriik 
die tesf fc a owa poat office 
addreii Mm Mkioi Air 
Force Base, Minot^ North 
IMra^ HiseiiMiiM 
he ^ i9P^ OK ^ before 
thellthof A^^U 1980, 
and do what may be 
ne^ssvy to prote^ h^ in- 
t^estintMssuit. 
Aconr-T^e: 
J.Our^nutt,Clerk. 



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Phyllis N.Styron,D.C. 
Mr. Bruce Sanders. Atty. 
4460 Holland Road, 
Suite 200 

VirginiaBeach,Va.234S2 
4t7/23VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the 26th day of June, 
1980. 

Holly Ann Huffman 
Traylor- Wilson, Ptointiff, 
against David Maxwell 
Traylor-Wilson, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The Object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged; 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 
desertion since November 
IS, 1979. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a fesident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being c/o Thomas Wilson, 
♦*St. Denny's Station", 
New Milton, Haul's 
England. It is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the ISth of August, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
JCimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
W. Leigh Ansell 
4336 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Be«:h, Va. 23452 
4t7/23 VB 

In the Oerk's Office of 
the arcuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 26th day of June, 
1980. 

Clarice E. Smith, Plain- 
tiff, against Lorenzo L. 
Smith, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The <^ject of this suit is 
for the ^d plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce vinculo 
martimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grouMls of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and fded that the defen- 
dant that plaintiff has 
used due diligence to acer- 
tain the defendant's 
resident, without effect, 
or the said defendant is 
not*a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being 2017 Azalea 
Avenue, Portsmouth, 
Virginia. It is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the^lSth of August, 1980, 
and do >hat may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clo-k 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Alan S. Mirman 
P.O. Box 3463 
Norfolk, Virginia 23514 
^7/23 VB 



a)MMOW»^ALTH OF 
VIRCMNIA: 

In the a»k»8 Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach on 
the 3rd day of July, 1980. 
aty of Virgima Beach. 
Virginia, A Municipal 
Onporation 
vs. 

Herbert Land and Lisa 
Lwd,4riso fcimwa as Uza 
Land, Husband and wife. 
Princess Anne County, 
Virginia/ and the consorts 
of these defendants, 
whose names are also 
unknown, and if the 
defendants be dead, their 
surviving consorts* if any 
there be, the defendants 
children, if any tli^e be, 
their heirs at Law, next of 
kin devisees, legatees, per- 
sonal representatives. Lien 
Creditors, Etc. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
PURSUANT TO 

SECTION 8.01-602 OF 
THE CODE OF 

VIRGINIA 1950 AS 
AMENDED 

Take notice that pur- 
usant to an ordor of this 
Court entered on April 23, 
1975, a sum of money was 
dQ>osited with the Clerk 
of this court for the 
benefit of this cause, to be 
held until claimed by 
anyone who could 
estabHsh a valid daim to 
same. The sum now on 
depost b $1146.32, and 
has bemi deposited in a 
local banking institution 
in the name of the above 
mentioned Chancery mat- 
ter. 

Take further notice that 
all persons who have a 
claim to said funds should 
appear on or before the 
8th day of August, 1980, 
and make known their 
claim. 

If no daun be made by 
said date the funds on 
dq>osit m this matt^ will 
be paid to the State 
Treasurer, pursuant to 
Sectton 8.01-603 of the 
code of Virginia, 1950 as 
amende. 
Attest: 

J. Curtis Fruit, clerk 
Raymmid A. Bjorkman, 
Chief Deputy Clerk 
J. Cutis Fruit, Oerk 
Ortmte Court 
Vtrgtida B(»cfa, Vi^inia 
23456 
2r7/16Vb 

COMkK)NWEALTH OF 

VIRIGNIA: In the Oerk's 

Office of the Circuit 

Court of the City of 

Virginia B«ich on the 3rd 

dayof July, 1980. 

City of Virginia ^ch, 

Virginia, A Municipal 

Corporation 

vs. 

Eleanor M. Fry, Roanoke, 

Virginia, and the consort 

of this defendant whose 

name is also unknown. 



and if the defendam be 
d^d, h^ surviving con- 
sort, if any there be, the 
defendants childrtn, if 
any there be, her h^s at 
law, next of kin, deviiMs, 
legatees, personal 
representatives, lien 
creditoi^^. 

ORKROF 

PUBLICATIC^ 

PURSUANT to 

SECTION 8.01-602 OF 

THBCODBOF 

VIRGINIA 1950 AS 

AMEra>ED 
Take notice that 
purusant to an order of 
this Court entered on 
April 23, 1975, a sum of 
moiwy was deposited with 
the Clerk of this Court for 
the benefit of tlds cause, 
to be held until claimed by 
anyone who could 
establish a valkl cUdm to 
same. The sum now on 
dq>osit is $606.14, and has 
been deposited in a local 
banking institution in the 
name of the above men- 
tioned Quuicery matter. 

Take further notice that 
all persons who have a 
daim to said hmds shoidd 
appear on or before the 
8th day of August, 1980, 
and make known their 
dahn. 

If no daim be madf by 
said date the funds on 
deposit in this matter will 
be paid to the State 
Treasurer, pursuant to 
Sec^on 8.01-603 of the 
Co(te of Virginia, 1950 as 
amended. 
Attest: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 
Raymond W. Bjorkman, 
OiiefDq^utyaerk 
J. Curtis Fruit, Cterk 
Circuit Court 
Virginia Beach, Virgmia 
23456 
2t7/16VB 



VIROINL\: In the Oerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court for the City of 
Virginia Beadi cm the 2nd 
dayof July, 1^0. 
In Re: Adoption of Karen 
Dawn Smarook and 
Change of Name to Kar^ 
Dawn White 

1^: Wi^]»^TbofiMs White 
and Judkh itoi WMte, 
Hu^Mmd ttid Wife. 
TO: W^ter J. Smarook 
One W«ton C>uiseway 
Manville, New Jmey 
OIU>ER 
THIS DAY, came 
Wayne Thomas White and 
Judith Ann White, hus- 
band and wife and 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
IN-oceeding is to ef f^ the 
adoption of the above 
named infant. Affidavit 
having beoi made and 
filed that Walter J. 
Smarook, a natural parent 
of said chUd, is a non- 
residoit of the State of 
Vir^nia, his last known 



poA ^(k% address being: 
Oenoral Dettvery, &Mge- 
wato-. New Jers^. 

It is therefore OR- 
DERED thiit the said 
Walter J. Saiaro^ aaswer 
in writing on <tt before 
Ao^tft ^ 1980, and in- 
dioue his atttaute towvd 
the pr^KMed adqrtloii, m* 
ottMNndie do ^ what is 
neoeinii^ to protect his in- 
terett in the matter. 

IttefiirttMrORJWlED 
that this Ordo* be 
Pttbttshed once a wwk f or 
fiMir siMceoive weds in 
the Vbfinla Beadi Sun a 
oewQwper published in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Vliiinia. 
J. Curtis F^t. Oak 
Phyllis N.Styron. D.C. 
lask for this: 

Stuart R. Gordon 
BagdbOor(km,P.C. 
2^3 Virginia Beach Mvd. 
Vit^aitL Beadi, va. 23452 
4t7/30VB 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA: 

In the Cleri[*s Office of 
the Circuit Court td the 
aty of VirgUa Baadi on 
theMdiycrf July, 1910. 
Hu^ H. McCUman and 
Zdpha MeQanan, his 
adfe 
vs. 

Ludlle Whitehead and 
Charles C. Whitehnd, her 
hi^band, Emma M. Lee 
and L. M. Lee, her 
hmbuid, M. Arthur Mc- 
Clanan and Ilia Mc- 
Oanan, his wife, Waver^r 
R. Jordan ai^ Mary Jor- 
dan, his wife, W. W. Mc- 
Clanan Jr., and Elizabeth 
McClanan, his wife, 
Horace L. McOanaa and 
Mary Lena McOanan, his 
wife, Mildred McChman 
Barnes (divc^ced), Enily 
King (Divorced) Leslk M. 
Gimbert and Gaynelk 
Gimbert, his wife, 
Dorothy G. Fai^M^, and 
J. J. Fantone, her 
husband, Helen G. 
Malbon and Stuley 
Malbon, h^ hustend, 
John O. Ctob^, Sr., 
John G. Gimert Jr., and 
Elizabeth Gimert, his 
wif^, Wilton I. Gimbort 
and Mlkfeed ^nbert, Ms 
fnle, R(^ W. mBBibmtM 
Mary C%riicrt, his ivtfe, 
F^raiidsH. MeClaiumaiid 
KtayK^Knasan, i^ wtfe. 
Forest H. McCfaman and 
Arlene McClanan, his 
wife, Mary A. Gimert, an 
infant, and "Persons 
unknown or persons yet to 
be bom or created." 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
PURSUANT TO 
SECTION 8.01-6(»l OF 
THECOI^OF 
VIRGINIA 1950 AS 

AMENDED 
Take notice that pur- 
usant to an order of this 
Court entered on Octobe* 
28, 1954, a sum of money 



«m dqxsdted wHh the 
C^k of this Court for the 
braefit of thU cause, to be 
held until claimed by 
anyone who could 
estaMish a valid datan to 
same. Hie sum mm on 
deposit is $1181.04^ and 
has be» dqiodM hi a 
tocal tenUag ki^tvttoi 
in tte name of the above 
mentioned Chancery mat- 
ter. 

TWce tm^bet nottoe ttet 
aU pownis who have a 
claim to saki ftinds should 
ai^ear on or before the 
8th day of Aegiat, 1960, 
and make taiown thdr 
daim. 

If no daim be m«le by 
said date the fbnds on 
dQX)sit in this matto* will 
be paid to the State 
Trefuurer, pursuant to 
Sec^on 8.O1-603 of the 
Cocte of Virginia, 1950 as 
am^ded. 
Attest: 

J. Curtis IMt, Oerk 
Raymond W. Bi<^kman, 

Chief DqmtyCSerk 

J.CiBtisFWt,CSerk 
OrctdtCoifft 

Virginia Beadi, vininia 

23456 

2t7/l6VB 

COMMONWEALTH OF 

VIRGINIA: 

In the Qak*s Office of 

the Orcuit Court of the 

Gty of Vuglnia Beadi on 

the 3rd Day of July, 1980. 

GecH'ge W. Haynes 

vs. 

Nathiel Turner 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

PURSUANT TO 

SECTION 8.01-602 OF 

THE CODE OF 

VIRGINL^1950AS 

AMENDED 
Take notice that inir- 
usant to an wder of this 
Court entered on Ji^ 21, 
1971, a sum of money iom 
(^KMited with th« C^k 
of Mi Court fdr tl» 
bci»f!t cf Tim EMate of 
Geoff^ W. Itayi^, to be 
held until ctoimed by 
anyone who could 
MtaWish a vwM cWm to 
same. The sum a^ on 
d^Kirit is $591Ji, aildlMa 
be8i x^otf ted in a lo^ 
bamUng institution hi the 
name of ihs above mm- 

Take further notice tiiat 
all persons who have a 
daim to said funds shouki 
appear on or before the 
8th day of August, 1980, 
and make known tiieir 
data. 

If no daim be nu^ by 
said date the fumis on 
deposit ui this nurtter will 
be paid to the State 
Treasurer, pursuant to 
Section 8.01-603 of the 
Code of VirginU, 1950 as 
amended. 
Attest: 
J. Curtis Fruit, O^k, 



Raymond W. BJorkinan, 

OdefD^tyCMt 

J. Curtis Fruit, Oefk 

Orc^ Court 

\%ghda Beadi, Vi^nia 

^4^ 

2t7/I6VB 

In the Oerk's (Mte of 
the Orcttk Court of tiie 
Othof^tilnii Beadi, OH 
tiKlstd^rofJ^.lSIO. 
Arlntha E. liNirrtll, 
Pli^itiff, a^toit Sidney 
cocrall Worrell, Sr., 
Defenditt. 

C^KROF 
PUm.lCATK^ 
TlMob^ctftktosuitte 
for the sakt plainti^ to Ob- 
tida a dhfOToe a vinculo 
uMtriooitf from the said 
defendant, upon the 
pounds of scpvation for 
more thw one year. iUid 
an affidavit hi^rtag been 
mi»te and filed ^ ^ 
defendmit is not a reddant 
of tiie &ate of Viitfada, 
the last Imown poet ^Hee 
address being Roirte 1, 
#176 Hughes Av«Mie, 
^^iBiida Beadi, ^igUa 
234SI, and that due 
di^enoe has be» by and 
on behiOf of tiie plafaitiff 
to ascertidn iniHiat ooim- 
ty or corporation the 
d^emtant k, witiiout ef- 
fect It is (micred timt he 
do anwm* <m or b^oie tile 
19tii of August, 1980, and 
dd what may be aecesnuy 
to protect his inteiest hi 
titissuit. 
Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis I^t, Oerk 
Kfanberly A. Broim, D.C. 
Richard S. Herman 
Plume and Atlantic 
Streets 

Norfolk, ^^nia 23510 
4t7/30VB 

In tiie Clerk's Office of 
the Oradt court of the 
O^ of Virginhi B^di, on 
fl^tat^ta^^July, 1980. 
Debc^idi Lyra Ycninga, 
Plaintiff, against Jack 
Swanson Younger, 
Defencfamt. 

ORDER (^ 

pubucahon 

Theoi>Mctofdtissuitis 
f(»: tiie siOd Phdntiff to 
obt^ a dh^ce a from 
the bed jmd" aboard, to be 
la^ fl^f^ed tato a <fivonEe 
from the bonds of 
nwtitaiOBy from tl» sidd 
def^i^tent, upon tte 
poimds of willful dmtt* 
tion. And an afficU^ 
having beoi macte and 
filed timt the defendant is 
not a reudoit of the l^ate 
of Virginia, the last 
known pMt of f^ address 
being Acreage Motor 
Lodge, Rouse's Point, 
New York it k <Nrdered 
that ht do aniear on or 
before the 19tii of August, 
19M, and do what may be 
nece»ary to protect Ut 'm- 
terett in this suit. 
Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, derk 



Mi 



Kimberly A. fttmn^ D.c. 
R. terrow ttackwdl 
P. O. B<« i'm 
Norfolk, V^Uya 23514 
4t7/»VB 

In the O^k's Office of 
the Orcuit Owrt of the 
CityofViftiiiltBeich.<Hi 
tltt 1st (faiy of Inly, 1980. 
George Alleo Shlfflett, 
I^^tiff, asaimt Cecelia 
Adele Shifflett, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDBR OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this «iit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a ^nciUo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of separate and 
apart for one year pur- 
suant to Section 20-91 (9) 
of the code of Virginia, 
1950, as amended. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and fUed Uiat the 
defmdant mM a rerident 
of tlw Sute of ^^i^iia, 
the last known post office 
address being 15215 
Haymarket Dr., Play- 
market, Va. and that due 
dUigoice has been uMd by 
and on behalf of the plain- 
tiff u> ascertain in what 
county or con^on^on tl% 
defendant is, withcmt ef- 
fect. It is ord^ed that she 
do appear on or before the 
19thofAugust, lWO,and 
do what may be nec^»ry 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 
Acof^-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, aerk 
Kimberly A. &own, D.C. 
O.Dudley Acker 
5122 Oremwidi Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 
4t7/30VB 

In the Oerk's Offloe of 
the OrcuM Co^ of the 
atyof^\1f^i^tach,on 
the 2nd day (tflttfy. 1980. 
Eugene Lewis Mother, 
Pteintiff, against Susan 
Mary Mother, Defodant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a div<wcc a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of adultery, or in 
the alternative, desertion. 
And an affidavit having 
been made jnd filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office addre» being 
unknown it is ordered that 
she do app^u- on or before 
the 20th of August, IMO, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect hw 
mterestm this suit. 
Acopy-T«te: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Cterk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
^ydS<»rb<Mt»igh 
P.O. Box 637 

Portsmouth, Virginia 
23705 

4t7^VB 



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Vi^iria Beach Sua, WcyBetday,Jufy 16, im 19 



In the Cl«k*s Office of 
the Orcoit Court of the 
atyof\%^niaB«KA,on 
the 7th day of July, 1^. 
Doiudd Sherwood Taber, 
Jr., Plaintiff, against 
Terry Laurie Morger 
Tab«, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrinu^nii fT(m the said 
defendant, upon the 
pounds of one year's con- 
t2ni(Mis SQMuation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the^tate of Virginia, 
the hutanown post office 
acUiress bdng 321 Caren 
Drive, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia; the plaintiff 
being unable to locate the 
defembmt after a due and 
diligmt search at her last 
known address. It is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the ^th of 
August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, aerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

James R. McKenry 

P.O. Box %7 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

23451 

4t7/30 VB 



^M^ff, agahitt Mary 

MeQntthAlten,Defen. 
datt. 

PUBUCATim 
The object of ddtt«itk 

to ^ Mid phdmtfr to 

obtahi a dhrorce a vteoilo 
BUtfrmio^ from the said 
<tefcndant. upm the 
grounds oi stpm^n for 
Tao0 than one year. 
And an a£Mavit having 
beea made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the Sute of 
Vu-ginia, the last known 
post office address being 
S327 TImuquana Road, 
Jacksonville, Flordia 
32210. ft 1$ ordered that 
she do ai^ar on or before 
the 28th <tf August, 19W. 

and do what may be 

necessary to protect her 

interest in this suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, CJerk 

Kimberly A. Brown^ D.C. 

Ronald J. Berg 

P. 0. BOK2257 

VirgUMa Be»^, Va. 23452 

4t8/6 VB 



In the a«k's Office of 
tlw Oromt Court of the 
aty of ^ginia Beach, on 
the 3rd day of July, 1980. 
Susan Ann I^att, Plain- 
tiff, a^dnst Kevin James 
Prm, Dcfaidant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBUdATlON 
T1m» object of thb suit is 
f» the tiM plaintiff to ob- 
ttdn a divqrce a moisa et 
tiioro to be later mefged 
into a vincttto (rom the 
said ^fendant, upon ibt 
grounds <^ Constructive 



Des^on. And an af- 
fidavit Ittving been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
tile State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 21974 Jason 
Avenue North, Forest 
Lake, Minnesota 55025 it 
is ordered that he do ap- 
p^ur on or before the 21st 
of August, 1^0, and do 
what may be nec^sary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-T^te; 

J. Curtis Fruit, aerk 

Kimbo-ly A. Brown, D.C. 

A. JoeCaiH^,Jr. 

508-D N<^Ui Birdneck Rd. 

rirginia Beash, Virginia 

23451 

4t7/30VB 

hi die Clerics Offi(x erf* the 
Orcuit Gdurt <rfthe aty of 
^gima Beach, on tte 9th 
day of July, 1980. 
David Donaki Allen, 



In the Oork's Office of 
the Orcuit Court of the 
aty of Vi^inia B^uOi, on 
tile 8th day of July, 1980. 
Rock)^ Lee Miller. Plain- 
tiff, against Winona J. 
Miller, Defendant 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divor^ a vinculo 
nuitrimonil from the Hud 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the partis 
having lived se|>arate aiul 
apart without 

cohaUtation and wittout 
intOTuption tot a pcdod 
in exoets of one year. And 
an affklavit having been 
made «id ffled teu the 
defemtant Is ikM a resk^t 
of tiie State of Viri^^, 
the lart kncmw post office 
address bdng P. O. Box 
9681, Hanahan, South 
Carolina 29410. It is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 28th day 
of August, 1^), and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk. 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
Mr. Stuart R. Gordon, 
Atty. 

2953 Virginia Beach 
Blvd., 

Vii^nia Beach, Va.'23452 
4t8/6VB 

In tiie Cterk's Ofiice of 
the Circuit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Bncb, on 
tiie 8tii (toy of July, 19^. 
Lisa Loraine Hellman 
Mentas, Plaintiff, i^^inst 
Pantelis Laki Mentas, 
Defendant. 

01U>ER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 



for the said fdaintif f to ob- 
tiria a divorce a mensa et 
thoro and later be 
mergbed into a vinculo 
fn»n the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 
desertion. And an af- 
fidavit having been maa^ 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is m» a rencteit of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 5007 Ashley 
Street, Detroit, Michigan. 
It is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
27th of August, 19^, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, aerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Tom Smith 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t8/6VB 



In tiie aerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach, on 
the 7tii day of July, 1980. 
Jacqueline Lee Bartram 
Wood, Ptaintiff, against 
Kevin WodS, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion and 
ori^ty. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that tiie defendant is 
not a residoit of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
km)wn post office a(kh«ss 
being Sunnyhill Road, 
Dover, New Jeney. It is 
ord^ed that he do appear 
(m or before tl^ ^th of 
August, 1980, and do 
whitt nuy be Moestary to 
prefect hk hiterest in tiUs 
suit. 

Acoi^-Tette: 
J. Curtis Fhiit, Clerk 
Kimbo-ly A. Brown, D.C. 
Howard E. C(^)eland 
5291 Greenwich Drive 
Virginia B^ush, Va. 23462 
4t8/6VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
tiie arcuit Court of the 
City of Virginia ^ich, on 
tiie 8th day of July. 19^. 
Mashona Gray, Plaintiff, 
against Esther Gray, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
Pl«LICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said i^ntif f to ob- 
tain a divOTce a vinculo 
matrimoliii from the said - 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the iNirties 
ha^ng li\^ sepantte and 
apart wit^wt cc^Wut- 
icMi ami wMiout intarup- 
tion for a p^ted in occ^s 
of om year. And an af- 
fidavit hav^ beto mde 
ami fiM that tiie defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
tiie ^Ms of Vin^inia, tiie 
test known post of fke ad- 



drm being 2113 Crestas 
Av^Mie, North V^^les, 
Pmnsylvania. It is or- 
(^red tfait the do tipper 
on or before the 28th of 
August. 1980, and do 
what may be necenary to 
l»t»tect her intmst in tills 
suit. 

A«q>y-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fhut, Clerk 

Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 

Mr. Stuart R. Gordon, 

Atty. 

2953 Virginia Beach 

Blvd., 

Virginia Beadi, Va. 23452 

4t8/6 VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clwk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 8th 
day of July, IMO. 
In re: Adoj^ion of Charity 
Anne Sabine and change 
of name to Charity Anne 
Ravn by Jeffrey Dennis 
Ravn and Margaret Ruth 
Ravn 

By: HuslHuid and wife, 
Petitioners 

To: James Edward Sabine 
6659E.Va. Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
ORDER 
This day came Margaret 
Ruth Ravn and Scttrty 
Dennis Ravn, Petitioners, 
and represented that the 
object of this proceeding 
is to effect the adoption of 
the above named infant. 
Charity Anne Sabine, to 
be named Charity Anne 
Ravn, by Margaret Ruth 
Ravn and Jeffrey Dennis 
Ravn, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been 
nuKie and filed that James 
Edward Sabine, a natural 
parent of said chiU^ is a 
«>ii-resid»t of tiie State 
of Virginia, and that 
(UUgence has been used to 
atcertaitt in wluit county 
he reddes, witiMHit effect, 
the liM kmwn post office 
a^lnss being: 6659 E. Va. 
Beiu;h Voulevard, Vir^nia 
Beach, Virginia. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that tiie said Jam^ Ed- 
ward Sabine appear 
before this Court within 
ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clo-k 
Phyim NyStyron, D.C. 
W. L^^AnseU, p.q. 
4336 VZ'B^h Blvd. 
Vfr^Oia Beach, Va. 23452 
4(8/6 VB ' 



Hie object itftiiis suit 
is for the said i^intifr to 
obt^ a divoi^ a vinculo 
matrimoiw tern the sidd 
ctefemlant, up o n the 
grouncb otf the parties 
having Uved separate and 
apart without coinbitation 
and without interruinion 
for a period in excess of 
one year. And an afiidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post (rf!k:e address being 
Lxmg Island New York. It 
is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
28th of August, 1980. and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 
Kimberly A. Brown. D.C. 
Ronald J. Berg 
P. 0. Box 2257 
ViTfinia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/6 VB 



In the Qerk's Office c^ tiie 
draiit Qwrt crfthc Oty <rf 
Virginia Beac^, on the 9th 
day ct July, 1^. 
Evelyn V. Ow^ns. Pon- 
tiff, i^ainst Willie Owens. 
DefemUmt. 

OStUBKOF 
PUBUCATI(»4 



In the aerk's Office of 
the arcuit Court of tiie 
Cky of Virginia Beach, on 
the9tiidi^of July. 1980. 
Linda Ottaway. Plaintiff, 
apdmt Edward Gordon 
Ottaway. Jr.. Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and fited that the defen- 
dant is not a rodent of 
tiie State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress behig 7950 Henry 
Avenue, Philadelphia, 
Peni^lvannia 191^. It is 
(Httavd that he do vpjma^ 
on or before the 28th of 
August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest In this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Allan D. Zaieski 
First Virginia Bank Tower 
101 St. Paul's Blvd. 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
4t8/6VB 

TAKE NOnCE that on 
the 30th day of July, 1980. 
at the ofBa of Rixey, 
HeUig & McKenry, lim 
Laskin Rodad, Suite 101, 
Sigma Building, ^^rginia 
Beach, Virginia, at the 
right to bid, and with 
reservation, oim (1) 1979 
Ford E150 Van, Identifi- 
cation Na E14HE£G40- 
85, titled in the na^ ctf 
Phillip J. Straube, seized 
and repossessed by virtue 
of a breach (tf a certain 
security agreeuKnt di^d 
May 10, 1^9. 
J. B>^KXJRRIXEY, 
Counsel for Beach Ford, 
Inc. 
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In the Qerk's Office of the 
Qrcuit Court crfthc Qty of 
Virginia Bew^h, on the 
10th day of July, 1980. 

PUBUCATICWM 
Lou Ann Dark, PIdntiff, 
against Kirk David Qark, 
Defendant. The object of 
this suit is for the said 
plaittti!!' to obtdn a di- 
vorce a vineulo matrimonii 
from the said defendmit, 
upon ty grounds (^ sep- 
aration for more than one 
year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant's last 
known post office address 
is 3558 Shore Drive, 
Apartment €2, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia and that 
due diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of 
the plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or corpora- 
tion the defendam, is 
vdthout'^effect. ft is order- 
ed that he do appear or or 
before the 29th erf" Ai^ust, 
1980, ^ 4o what imy be 
BecesHH^ t0 Drotect his 
Merest h ^msfsik* 
A cow-Teste: J. Ovtis 
Fn^ Ckf k. iCiB^ily A. 
Brown, Deputy Cbrk. 
RooaM J. Berg, P.O. Bor 
2257, VifgiBia Bcm^, Vir- 
ginia 234S2. 

4t8^VB 

b the a^*s Office of die 
Grcuil G0Ort of tiie Oty of 
VtfgiMi Beach, m te 
iOth ^ of 1^, itao. 

F^OJCAIIOH 



tWe ^11^ of ^m sut is 
for mtm rtaMff ^ 
obtabi Aitivorce a mae^ 
matrvrnxA tnm^ tmd 
defendAtt, upon the 
grounds c^ separation in 
excess of one year piu*- 
suant to Section 20-91 (9) 
Code of Virginia, as a- 
mended. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, ihe last known 
post office address being 
181! Delaney Street, Bur- 
ling ton, Ontario, Canada, 
ft is ordered that she do 
ipp9ax 00 or before tbt 
29th of August, 1^0, «Ml 
<k)w)iat may be necessary 
to prote^ her interest in 
this twt. 

Ace^TeMe: J. Curtis 
Fruit, Cferk, Kunberly A. 
Bro^, Deputy Oerk. 
J. Gerakl Zoby, 340 B 
Newtown Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia 23462. 
4t8-6VB 

VIROINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the Qty of Vir- 
ginia Beach Develq)ment 
Authority, this 8th day of 
July. 1980. 



Plaintiff, V. Taxpayers, 
{M-operty owners md cit- 
izens of Virginia Beach 
including non-residents 
owning {voperty or sub- 
ject to ta}»tion therein 
and all other persons in- 
terested in or affected in 
any way by the issuance 
by the Qty of Virginia 
Beach Development Au- 
thority of up to 
$10,000,000 industrial de- 
velopment revenue bonds 
(Stan-Lee Properties As- 
sociates Facility) Series of 
1980. 
Defendants. 

otsmR 

This day came the 
plaintiff, by counsel, and 
filed its Motion for Judg- 
ment seeking judicial de- 
termination, inter alia, of 
the legality of the pro- 
ceedings taken regarding 
up to $10,000,000 ftidus- 
trial Devetopment Reve- 
nue Bonds (Sti»-Lee 
Properties Assodi^s Fa- 
culty) Series of IMO, ^ 
lega^ of jMk pm&m 
for «%ich sMxk Muds mm 
to be ^atd «mI 4lt 
vi^cttty of siKii Neil 
«4iesi$8«M. 

UPON OGHW^^^ 

ORDERED thit te 1^ 
tkm lor iiai$amA}m^ 
lieea fled, «c»MMe^ 
thereof; tegeAMT iritt i 
oertified p&fif ti^Si^ €fih 

^r, be pigMMMSi^Me f 

vfeiii fat ium 

weA te te l^tiMi 

ha^^ 

sifkm' ^ v^^i» mi 

Mrifeii ior M|M>H««t 

stai4k>^ wMniiMi 
9tim iht 

Ht&mot mi 
thitt diis mmsT Is set idi 
hearing m Aufatt 13, 
l^e, at 9:30 a.n. ui the 
Orcuft Court <rftte Qty of 
Vii^inia Beadi. 
I ask for this: 
Charies M. Salle 
Munidpal Center 
Virginia Beach, Wginia 
23456 

A copy Teste: I. Curtis 
Fruit, Oerk, by Doris S. 
IWe, D.C 
2t 7-23VB 

VIROMA: Inttiearc^ 
C^urt of the aty of Vk- 
g^a Bea^^ Oty ^ Vir- 
ghm Beac^ Dev^nfmem 
i^ittoity, PfaaMUr, V. 
Tajqjiayers, ^operty own- 
eis and d^seem of Vir- 
ginia Beac^ 'mskd i n g 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to tax- 
ation therein and all otl^r 
persons interested in or 
affected in any way by the 
issuance by the Qty of 
Vh-ginia Beach Develop- 
ment Auth<Mity of up to 
$10,000,000 todustrial 
Deveic^ment Reve n u e 
BcMids (Stan-Lee Propert- 



ies Associates Fadl i t y) 
Series of 1^0, Defen- 
dants. 

MOnC^lFOR 
JlflXMBNT 

Haintiff. the aty of 
Virghiia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority (the 
"Authority"), seeks jud- 
icial determination pursu- 
ant to Article 6, C3iapter 
5. Title 15.1, Cocte of 
Virginia of 1950, as a- 
men(ted,of the vaUdity of 
up to $IO,000,tlOO bdus- 
trial Development Reve- 
nue Bonds (Stan-Lee 
Prqserties Associates Fa- 
cility) Series (^ 1980 (the 
"Bonds"), to be issued to 
pay the costs of acquiring, 
develq^ing and construc- 
ting an (rfilce or an c^ce- 
/warehouse complex (the 
"Facility"), in the aty of 
Virginia Beach, Virsima. 
to be teased or sold to 
Slan-Lee Propertks Asso- 
ciates, a ^^n^ pitU^r- 
s^> (the "Oot^pi^") 
mi suttn as iMm: 

I. i%t A^iirt^ was 

l#» s ataend^. of A« 
QMSIBOttHMA of ^^|te- 
ia 1^6 «»Met*% «# b a 



iaw Ihe A^«^ te 






Ik tit fc >■■■ ^^Ka^ M^Mj^mtmJt — 

^1^ wiva wen wtstapwrn or 

S* At jl'-W CfW il l^l CWro 

lo mule f nit liie issMMec 

tM^ i^p^eed iBpeii %e- 
twi^n tt» Aottdi^ wd 
the Gcn^jany, with ^ 
Ftt^ttty to be leined or 
soki to the ComtMoiy upon 
terms (tesigned to aisttre 
payment of the Bomb by 
the Company in i^^cor- 
daiK^e with their terms 
and to provide security fcr 
the repayment thereof. 
The proceeds of t h e 
Bonds, viien issued, will 
be used to finnoe the 
costs of acqtnring, de- 
vetoping and comtru^ing 
the Fac^y and the is- 
siMUK^e of tf^ Bo»dt. 

3. Whfs 4$$!^ the 
Bomb wM be valid, legid 
ami te^c Ua^i db- 
HglMa»^ tiie A^Q^, 
imyabte solely from the 
revenues ai^ receipts re- 
ceived from the tease or 
sate (tf the Fat^ty to tl^ 
Company and other seoir- 
ity therefiw. H^ Bonds 
wiU not constitute a ctebt 
or a pledge of the fiuth 
and credit of the Con- 
moiwealth of Wginia cm- 
any political subdivisitm 
thereof, including the Au- 



thority and the Qty ot 
Virginia Beadi. no taxing 
power of any political sub- 
division wJB be ptedged to 
the payn^m<tf the Bonds, 
and the BoD<b wiO not 
constitute an indeb t e d- 
ness within the meamng 
of any debt UmitMk» or 
restrtctkn. 

WH^I^FCXtE. the Qty 
of Virginia Beach Devel- 
opment AutlKxity. prays 
that the Court grant a 
prompt hearii^ and enter 
a (te(^e with the least 
possible delay pursuant to 
Se(^ion 15.1-213 et. seq., 
including Section 15.1-217 
of the Code of Virginia of 
1950, as amended, that (1) 
all intx^edings thereto- 
fore taken in connecticm 
with the auth(»ization or 
issuance of the Boncb are 
legal and vdttd; (2) tbt 
Bomb naay be bsued to 
ftiaQ». the Fixity; (3) 
assHo^ii thek due auth- 
oriztioi^ tiaei^ott and 
iMvery^ ik§ ^Smit Um^ 
•01 mt i^mHQf wm we 

tt0i(edL3iiaA»i of Ae 
mM^, «Mi (4 tucA 

III Bf^fHJOy lei^^iMed by 

Ckf of Vu^a teadi 
Qe/f^a§meM Amtei t y 
^ Chnrt^ M. Safkt Of 



Development Revenue 
Bonds (R.D.C. Properties 
I FwiUty) Seri« of 1^0, 
the lenity of die pur- 
p^^ for which sixdi bon- 
ds ire to be issued and the 
validity of such bonds 
whoi issued. 

UPON CON- 

SIDERATION WHERE- 
OF. IT IS ORDERED 
that the Motion iw Judg- 
ment having been filed, a 
certified copy thereof, 
t<^|ether with a cotifted 
cc^y of this order, be 
pub^hed m^ a week for 
two consecutive weeks in 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newsi»per having genial 
circulation in Virginia 
Beach, that any party 
defendant desiring to 
reply to said M^on few 
Judgment shall do so 
within ten (10) ^ys after 
^second pubtteatioa 
thereof aMi tet thb BKt- 
^ b let for htfH^ w 
Ai«^ 12, IMMft ttMte 
4m<3mMi ^m <tf die 
C%of1^iihrfiiiidi. 

Vfa|tftiiiiiifli.Vi.2IW 




^Mm Wmk, VktMai 

WteiMp C Qeaioii 
ni»Mr*> MMraeco, Mar- 
tAfl0> Hft 4k IhMSfB 
imiiHJIli NMf^nal 
BM^HHft. Nerfcik. 

2ty-2 3VB 

^RCMNIA: la the Orout 
Court of the City of 
Vlr^^ Beadi O^ of 
Virginia Beadi Devekp- 
n^it Authoi^, Plaintiff, 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
VirgiuM Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taiiU<» ther^ and all 
otiiHer p^soBS btt^ested in 
ot affect in any way by 
the isMMce by the City of 
V^il^ B»<A Devdq;>- 
mmA Atttteffity of ap- 
proximately $3,CM^,000 
iBdut^d 4f velos^ent 
rei^Biie b<»i<b (R.D.C. 
Properties I Facility) 
Series of 19iO, Defendan- 
ts. 

ORDER 
This day c»me the plain- 
tiff, by coun^l. aiKi fUed 
its Motion for Judgment 
seeking judicial deter- 
mination, inter alia, of the 
legality of the proceeding 
taken regarding lip to 
$3,065,000 Industrial 



I.OvtbiMt,Clcrfc 



VIROINIA: In tlie Oreuk 
Co^rt of the City of 
VbiMa iaach tSty of 

BMsnt AiMlKMrity, Iwlilm, 

V. 

Taxpayers* property 
owiort Old Mmu of 

Boo-residoftts oomlfik 
property Or nM^i to 
toxadoa ainoiB oiid 9M 
other persons ifltorested in 
or alTeclftd in any way by 
the jfiiiince by the Oty of 
VirgiBia Beodi Develop- 
mett ^rtlKHlty of ap- 
proximately $3,065,000 
Indttstrial developm«it 
revenue bonds (R.D.C. 
Properties I Facility) 
Seria of 1^), DefendMh 
tt. 

MOTION FOR 
JUDGMENT 
Plaintiff, the aty of 
Vkytnia Beach Develi^ 
ment Authority (the 
'^Authority*'), seeks 
judicial determlBation 
piMrtiiUt to Arttete 6, 
Ck«H^ S, TMt 15.1, 
C^de of VkgMa ^ 1^), 
as amended, of the 
validity of up to 
$3,065,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
Bmcb (R.D.C. Properti^ 
I Fadlity) Seri@ of 1^) 
(the "Bonds"), to be 
issued to pay the costs of 
the uiquisition and con- 
struction of an office 
building (the "Facility"), 
in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, to be 



leased v soM to R.D.C. 
Prt^rties I, a Vii^nia 
IHU-tnership (the "Com- 
pany") and states as 
follows: 

1. Hm Authority was 
duly OMted by Chapter 
6^t 1961 Acts of As^n- 
bly, as uneuted, of tl» 
Commonwealth of 
Vk^nbi (the "Act"), «id 
is a p(^^d subdivisimi of 
the Commonwealth of 
Vh^nui. The Authority 
has b^n continuously 
organized and op^fi^i^ 
und^ the Act since its 
creation, and no 
dissolution proceedings 
pursuant to the Act have 
been adopted or in- 
stitute. 

2. At a meeting called 
and held on June 3, 19M, 
the Authority Mlopted a 
re^ution agreeing to un- 
dertake the inuamx i^ the 
Bmids liMM tenm Md 
ooiidiijoin to be mwmify 

^^iml^ Md tN Cmb* 

BMW, fn tiM ftt^^ to 

Company j^m tMrms 

pvtteiv of lb imi# >y 
tM OppMW In 



to prw^ Moyriiy for ibe 

^^■l^^^^^^sN^^V^W -'W^^^^f^^Jr^ # |p-a^^v 

pfqcio d i of tho Boe^' 
wnni wmpOt IW 00 jHoo 
to finHKf die Q oi ti of dK 



tion tbi IMilr ni *o 
itsuanorof ^ VobAi, 

$. WbcB igmod, tfii 
Bottdi wMI be wM» Icpi 
and binding Ittitflpd 

fbu>iMt' <Auk'> 'Mma tJ^'i I'if ■ ■ 4«« J 

iiwm 'HI* rwwn^w imh 

foonfti ^jMBcii^ fpomAi 
lease or Miie of the M^ty 
to the Cbaqwiy andoAer 
security therefor. The 
Bonds will not ooKto^ a 
debt or a pledge of ^ 
faith and a-«lit of tl^ 
Commonwealth of 
Virginia m any political 
subdivision thereof, in- 
duding the Authority and 
tho City of Virginia 
B^ch, no taxi^ pow& of 
any poU^id subdivbion 
wil be irfedged to the 
pi^meat of the Bonds, 
and the Bonds will not 
^B^ne an la^ted^ 
wWn Mn^a^ ^any 
dabliMMooor r^ric- 
tion. 

iRd^efOTe. tiie C^ ^ 
Vbt^ iendi tHf^kip- 
am^t Authority, prays 
tfatt the Court grant a 
primpt tamrlng and samr 
a (toaree with the taist 
possible dday punuant to 
Sec^on 15.1-213 et. seq., 
iiM^ludiiv tetim 15.1-217 
of the Code of Virginia of 
1950, as amoide, that (I) 
all proceedings 

theretofore taken in con- 
nection with the 
authorization or issuance 



■n 



Virginia Beach Sun, Wedne^y, July 16, 1980 21 



oiKMimi] fmmmm^mvm!^ 



of dw Bomb ve 1^ aiKl 
nUd; (2) the Bonds may 
fm kumd to finance the 
H^X^'f (I) amm^ tlieir 
due authorliation, 
exeeutiott and deHvery, 
the B<»ds issiMd for the 
Facfi^ wiU be vaUd, tegal 
"Nind binding, limited 
obligations of the 
Aa^mkft ukI <4) such 
additioniU matters as may 
be spedally requested by 
the parties or as the Court 
may deem meet, 
aty of Virginia Beach 
Devdopment Authority 
By Charles M.SaUe 
Charles M . Salle, Esquire 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456 

Winship C. Denton, 
Esquire Canoles, 
Mastracco, Martone, Barr 
& Russell 

A Professional Cor- 
poration 

1330 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
Attorneys for Pl^ntif f 
2t7/23VB . 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach City of 
Virginia Beach 

Developement Authority, 
Plaintiff, 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach induding 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
other per^ns Interested In 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the Ci^ of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of ap- 
proximately $1,700,000 
Industrial development 
revenue bonds (ex- 
pressway associates 
facility) s^es of 1^0, 
Defendants. 

ORDER 

TMs (faiy came the plain- 
ti^, by counsel, and filed 
its Motion for JiKlgment 
seeking judicial deter- 
mination, inter aUa, of tiie 
legality of the proceedings 
taken regarding up to 
$1,700,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
Bonds (Expressway 
Associate Facility) Series 
of 1980, the legality of the 
purposes for which such 
bonids are to be issued and 
the validity of such bonds 
whenlssuMl. 

UPON CON- 

SIDERATION WHERE- 
OF, IT IS ORDERED 
that the Motion for 
Judgment having been 
nied, a certifled copy 
thovof, t^t^tm iM a 
certifled c(^ of this or- 
der, be pvMMied once a 
we^ for two e<msecutive 
weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
having g^ieral circukrtion 
In Virginia Beudi, that 



any party defendant 
(firing to i^ly to said 
Motion for Judgment 
diaO do so within tim (10) 
days after the second 
publication thereof and 
that this matter Is set for 
h^dng on August 12, 
1960, at 9:^ am. In the 
circuit Conn of tl» City 
of Virginia Beach. 
I ask for this: 
Charles M. Salle 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456 
A Copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Doris S. Hale, D.C. 
2t7/23 VB 

VIRGI^A: In the Orcult 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority, Plaintiff, 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
other persons interested in 
or affected In any way by 
the Issuance by the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of ap- 
proximately $1,700,000 
Industrial development 
revenue bonds (ex- 
pressway associates 
facility) series of 1980, 
DefeiKiants. 

MOTION FOR 
JUDGMENT 
Plaintiff, the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority (the 
"Authority"), seeks 
judicial determination 
pursuant to Article 6, 
Chapter 5, Title 15.1, 
Code of Virginia of 1950, 
as amended, of the 
validity of up to 
$1,700,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
Bonds (Expressway 
AsM>clates^ Facility) Series 
of 1980 (the "Bonds"), to 
be bsued to pay the costs 
of acquiring, constructing 
and equip^ng an office 
building facility (the 
"FadUty"), In the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
to be leased or sold to Ex- 
pressway Associates, a 
Vfa-ginia Partnership (the 
"Company*')- and sutes 
as follows: 

1. The Authority was 
duly created by Chapter 
643, 1964 AcU of Assem- 
bly, as amended, of the 
Commonwealth of 
Virginia (the "Act"), and 
is a political subdivitton of 
the Commonwealth of 
Vl^nla. The Authwity 
has been continuously 
(^ai^d and operating 
und« the Act since its 
creation, and no 
dissolution proceedings 
pursuant to the Act have 
been adopted or in- 
stituted. 

2. At a meeting called 



and hdd on March 7, 
19^, the Authority adop- 
ted a resolution agiedng 
to und^take the isniance 
of the Bomis upon terms 
and conditions to be 
mutually agreed upon 
between the Auth<Mity and 
the Company, with the 
f aciUty to be teased or sold 
to the Company upon 
terms designed to assure 
payment of the Bonds by 
the Company in accor- 
dance m^ their t^ms and 
to provide security for the 
repayment thereof. The 
proceeds of the Bonds, 
when issued, will be used 
to fmance the costs of 
acquiring, constructing 
and equipping the Facility 
and the Issuance of the 
Bonds. 

3. When issued, the 
Bonds wlU be valid, legal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, payable solesiy 
from the revenues and 
receipts received from the 
lease or sale of the Facility 
to the Company arid other 
security therefor. The 
bonds will not constitute a 
debt or a pledge of the 
faith and credit of the 
Commonwealth of 
Virginia or any political 
liubdivislon thereof, in- 
cluding the Authority and 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, no taxing power of 
any political subdivision 
will be pledged to the 
payment of the Bonds, 
and the Bonds will not 
constitute an Indebtedness 
within the meaning of any 
debt limitation or restric- 
tion. 

WHEREFORE, the 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority^ 
prays that the Court grant 
a prompt hearing and en- 
ter a decree with the least 
possible delay pursuant to 
Secti(m 15.1-213 et. seq., 
including Section 15.1-217 
of tiM Code of Virginia of 
1950, as amended, that (1) 
all proceedings 

theretofore taken in con- 
nection with the 
authorization or issuance 
of the Bonds are legal and 
valid? (2) the Bonds may 
be issued to flnance the 
Facility; (3) assuming their 
due authorization, 
execution and delivery, 
the Bonds issued for the 
Facility will be valid, legal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Auth(»ity, and (4) such 
add^nal mMtfin as may 
be specially reqi^sted by 
the parties ot as the Court 
may deem meet, 
aty of Vlr^nla Beach 
Development Authcmty 
ByOuurlesM.Safe 
Chari^ M. SaUe, Esq. 
Mimidpal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
23456 



Winship C. Demon 
Canoles, Mastroacco, 
Martone, Barr A Rus^ 
1530 Virginia National 
Bank Bdklii^ 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 
2t7/2^VB 

TAKE NOnce THAT {m 
JULY ISth, 19m at 1^09 

A.M., at the premises <rf 
TIDEWATER AMC/- 
JEEP/HC9<iDA, 3152 Vir- 
ginia Beach ^Boulevard, 
Wginia Beach, Virginia 
23452, the undersigned 
will sell at public auction, 
for cash, reserving unto 
itself the right to bid, the 
following motor vehicles: 
1974 Dodge Dart, LH- 
23G4F188885; 1979 Spirit, 
A9A437E252091; 1978 - 
Jeep a-5, J8M83AA125- 
979; 1978 Honda Wagon, 
WBA4016245; 1980 Spirit, 
AOA430B128229. 
Tidewater AMC / Jeep / 
Honda 
It 7-16VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 14th day of July. 1980. 
Melody Ann Bohlander 
Harrup, Plaintiff, against 
David Franklin Harrup, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit Is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant Is not a resident of 
.the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being MPCO Hg Bn 
2nd Marine Division, 
Camp Lejeune, North 
Carolina it is ordered that 
fce do appear on or before 
the 2nd of September, 
1980, and do what may be 
nece^ary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Cleirk 
Kimberiy A. Brown, D.C. 
Forrest A. Nester, Atty. 
3284 Virginia Beach, 
Blvd. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/6VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
Uie Circuit Court of the 
City of Virpnia Bwich, on 
the 14thday of July, 1980. 
Jan^ Ldgh Gwin, Plain- 
tiff, against Earl Ray 
Owhi, Jr., Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit 
is for Uie said plaintiff to 
c^tain a divorce a vinculo 
Matrimomi from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit haying been made 



and flkd that the defen- 
dant last known post of- 
fice addr^s is Petre Road, 
Cambridge Manor, 
O^sap^Uce, Virgima, and 
the due diligence has been 
by and on behalf of the 
plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect. It is or- 
dered that he do appear 
on or before the 2nd of 
Septemb^, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberiy A. Brown, D.C. 
Forest A. Nester 
3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/6 VB 




:VWYWIMT?CUSSIFIEP»S 
FUa OF 60QP USEP CME BUy5." 



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DID YOU KNOW? 



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Face-Shiekl 
Snaps 


1 


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\|^ Liner 

Comfort 
Padding 


Moulding N 


X^Chin 
\ Strap 




The helmet consists of four main parts (shown in 
section view at left): the outer shell, an energy- 
absorbing liner, a soft foam and UAtric comfort liner, 
and some form of retention system. At right the 
helmet is undergoing a test for shodc irfmirption. 



The history of motor- 
cycles began in 1885 when 
Gottlieb Daimler rigged up a 
bicycle to allow him to test 
the internal combustion 
engine he had developed. He 
really hadn't intended to 
introduce a new vehicle. 

Daimler's son, Paul, who 
rode the machine from 
Cannstatt to Uterturkheim 
and back— a round trip of 
six mil«— was probably the 
first motorcycle rider. Hius, 
the son of the inventor 
became the father of motor- 
cycling. 

In 1887 in England, 
Bldward Butler designed a 
motorcycle with tiiree 
wheds, and a water-cooled, 
two-stroke en^e. But after 
riding hu "petro cycle" for 
six months, he abandoned 
the project bi^cause the 
autiioritiM did not counten- 
ance its use on roads. 

In tome ways, things 
don't change, and today 
many motorcyclists feel 



that a segment of the popu- 
lation would concur wiUi 
those authoriti^. Law- 
makers and votera, con- 
cerned with highway safety 
and protecting riders, have 
enacted laws that mandate 
^e wearing of safety hel- 
mets. Many motorcyclists 
have interpreted these laws 
as an infringement of their 
right of free choice. 

Lately, however, in re- 
sponse to the urging of 
cyclists, some states have 
begun to repeal those laws, 
again making the wearing of 
helmets a matter of indi- 
vidual choi<^. 

Whether you ride in a 
state that requires helmet 
use or one that doesn't, the 
Motorcycle &ifety Founda- 
tion reconunends that you 
wear a helmet. A helmet 
do^n't make you in- 
vincible, but it does offer 
important inrotection in an 
accident or a spill. 



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UNSOUCITED PICTURES 
WILL NOT BE RETURNED 

Persons sending pictures to be published in the 
Virginia Beach Sun are requested to send only 
photf^raphs that can be spared. Unsolicited 
phoios wiU not be returned. Tte cloKal task of 
^ying to take care of hundreds of picture 
streamii^ into the Sun mwaoom mdi week Is 
overwhebning and costly. It*s often impo^ible tfi 
keep up with all of the i^toe flowi^ into tite 
Office. 

Ren^bor, please submit mily iNCtures that you 
can spare. UnsoUcited photos wiD not be teivamd, 

TheEditor 






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22 Virginia Beach Sun. Wednesday. July 16. 1980 



GPCBBccjCfl Emm {^(i^m^um^^ m^ 



2-Special Noiices 



FLEA MARKET -AIIT Stie at 
Virginia Beach Art Center. 
Saturday, July 19. 9-5. 1711 Ar- 
ctic Avenue. 428-9294. 
2 2t?>l6 

nZO ONE ADULT for 17.06 
««^. I9diicies 1 Hi n^tfa^)L 
CMoe of 8 firesb VCfiSiMes i 
rmlnt. FUSE details: D.C. 
TRICO, P.O. Box 4674 Vbt^nia 
Be«*, Va. 23454. 
2 tfn 



of" (UN j(ir s.tU. 



TRIUMPH SPITFIRE . 

1973,runs good, good tires, good 
top. new inspection, $1800. 467- 
4216. 

6 4t8-6 

VOLKSWAGEN • 1972 SILVER 

Volkswagen 411 sution wagon. 

Rebuilt engine and electrical 

system, new paint, runs good, 

428-4134. 

6 4t8-6 

DODGE OMNI-1978, 20,000 
miles, like new, price open, can 
be seen 3487 Vivian Street, Nor- 
folk, 833-0643. 
6 4t7/23 

MERCEDES BENZ~1966 Mer- 
cedes 230. New paint, interior 
excellent, SI 200. 
6 4t7/23 

OPEL KADEIT-1970, 4 cylin- 
der, automatic, new interior, 
runs GREAT! 23 mpg plus 
regular gas. $744, call 833-2700, 
or 387-6683 after 8 p.m. 
1— 417/23 

UNCOLN-1973 Continenul, 
excellent condition, $350 aad 
take over payments of $78/mon- 
Ui. 19 months. 4M-8Q31. 
^ 4t7/a 

OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS 

Supreme - 1973, small V-8, 
regular gas. Automatic steering, 
brakes, and air. Vinyl top, runs 
GREATl $893. call 853-2700 or 
587-6683 after 8 p.m. 
i_- 4t7/23 

FOR SALE~I968 Cimaro. 
completely restored. 1970 
Camaro, needs work. 1979 Ron- 
tiac Bonneville, excellem con- 
dition. Call Oraz 422-151 1 . 

6 4t7/23 

LINCOLN MARK III-1971. 
Classic, show car, custom built, 
24 karat gold paint, custom con- 
vertible top custom velour in- 
terior, much, much more. $9500. 
464-5774. 

§ 4t7/23 

VOLKSWAGENSuper Beetle- 
1971, excellent running con- 
dition, brand new tires, new 
windshield, new paint job, will 
be inspected. $1W)0. 623-9975, or 
481-2471. 

^ 4t7/23 

CADILLAC - 1979 COUPE de 

ViUe, all extras, perfect con- 
dition, like new, must sell. 490- 
1359. 

L. : 4t#6 



(»- \iJli»inohik'N tor Sjl,. 



DODGE CQRONET-1970, 318 

cuMc inches. 4 do<H^, body fair 
condition, ^od engine, ak con- 
ditioning, power Uttrw$ and 
power bfik«. $395. 4<»43». 
< 47/23 

tDOIIVErm^]976 T-<op, cc- 
ccflent eoiiMoa, ft4y power L- 
48, 4 Htttd, AM/m ndio, 
40.000 adei, aew tires, tan ex- 
terior, budcddn farther mms, 
$7,000.4813359. 
g 4t7/M 

■Uia[-1963, Rlvi«a. Good 
condition, best offer. 428-0339. 
* 4t7/23 



's-Skh)|iTs 



H0NDA~I978 Hawk, mag 
wheels, low itfene, mper nice, 
pnte kept, $900. 

• ^/23 



13 Hi l(» Uanti'd 



• Irmk^- 1 railiTs- Ifcps 



DODGE POWER WAGON - 

1979, 4-wheel drive, low mileage, 
radial tires, wagon wheels, run- 
ning boards, AM/FM radio 
$5995. 855-4468. 

1 4t7-16 

DATSUN . 1979 King Cab. 5- 
speed. air conditioning, AM/FM 
stereo, regular gas, $5,500. 468- 
2395. 

7 4t7-16 

CHEVROLET VAN - 1975. just 
passed inspection, good con- 
dition, AM/FM stereo, 8-track, 
3 -speed, carpet, bed, mag 
wheels, and side pipes. $2500. 
Call 497-4465. 
1. 4t7-l6 



ffORD BRONCO . 19M, Uke 

new, air AM/FM steno, fuU 
powfer. 4 wheel drive, $12,000 or 
reasonable offer. 461-8046. Ask 
for Bob or teave messi^. 
7 4<7/16. 

DODGE TRUCK 0999.4x4 

step side. 318, power steering. 4- 
speed. AM/FM cassette, mag 
wheeb. Qdl Ken 545-3581 e«. 
16. anyttae. 
7 : It 7-16 

CHEVY VAN . I97i Pathfhider 
4 wheel «Wve, air. foil power, tilt 
wheel, fully customized, 13,000 
miles. $7,250. 486-4952. 340- 
1301. 

2 4t7-30 

CHEW VAN-1978. silver, 
custom interior, mags, headers, 
V-8, automatic, $3795. CaU 399- 
4088 days, and 397-7482 nights. 
2 . 4t7/23 

FCMID— I9W, Super Cab, air, 
power steering and brakes, fully 
equipped, $2000, call 627-8051 
between 9 and 5, after 5 call 461- 
7922. 

2 4t7/23 - 

DODGE CUSTOMIZED VAN - 

1977, Black metallic paint, 5 
mags, custom interior, very 
clean, must sell. $3950 or best of- 
fer. Call Mike 547-5820. 
7 4t7/23 

FORD VAN . 1977, tan 150 

Econoline, isutially customized, 
AM/FM stereo, 8-track, CB 
radio, $3500. 857-1582. 
7 4t7-16 



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TOYOTA - 1979 CEUCA OT 

Uftback. excellent condition, air, 

nin roof, AM/FM cassette. Must 

s^ (fx nedkal reasons, $6,000. 

Days, d2S-«591. nights, 423- 

5373. 

6 4t7-16 



KAWASAKI . 1976, 900. All 
original, like new condition, 
must sell. $1800. 468-3315. 420- 
3866. 

» 418:6 

YAMAHA . 1979, YZliO, Uke 

new, must sell, $550.00. 489- 
9563. 

9 418-6 



AMSroCRAiT. MH, 19 foot, 

120 in^Mrd-outboard motor. 

<ieep V. C9 wMi u^kr^txemm 

condWnB. $2700 or l»t offer, 
4994334. 

OWiS . U* OUMN Cralser, 
1974 Ford motor, overiiiufad in 
■I**nt of 1979, good flddng 
boat, $1400. 62^9960. 

11 ^W 

TRAILER . E-Z LOADER, 
single axle. 16.5 inch wheels, 
holds boat up to 21 feet. Needs 
work. $500. 340-5129. 
IL 4t8-6 

AfC SAILBOAT • 1973, Blue 
and white, 14' sloop sailboat, 
fiberglass, solid fittings, full 
rigging (mainsail and jib), 4 hor- 
sepowCT motor, drtq? mount and 
trailer. $1700467-1465. 
U ■ 4t8.6 

SALE THROUGH JULY on 

canoes, selected backs, other 
outdoor items. Wild River Out- 
ntten. 5921 ChurcUand Blvd., 
PorUmouth, VA., 484-7330. 
11 417-30 



NACRA 5.2 -Fastest, best han- 
dling, smoothest tacking 
catamaran, with 8 foot (trailer 
limit) beam. taU 4644538 or 
484-2564. 

li 4t7-30 

QLASSTRON~1979. CVX20, 
460 Jet, tnHa, garage kept. 
Priced for qidck sale. 347-0910. 

11 4t7/23 

»OAT RKPAIR-Free 
estimates, pleasure boat impair 
and akerttioas, flbef^ass or 
wood, storage md fUi boxes 
built and/or altered, ao years ex- 
perience. 421-3628. 

iJ 4t7/23 



TROJAN - 1973 30 foot, 

fiberglass, flybridge. twin 225 

engines, air conditioDed. fufiy 

equipped. Uke new, $19,900. 

484-7695. 

n_ 4t7-l6 

BAYLINER • 1977 SKAGIT, 
22^* long, long trailer with 
power winch, 76 hours 305 
Chevrolet inboard with Volvo 
out drive, full instrumait panel, 
rod holders and swim platform. 
Call 340-8146. 
n 4t7.16 

CARAVELLE - 1979, 20* in- 
board/outboard, fully «}uipped, 
will sell $11,000 or will trade for 
com|»rable recreation vehicle. 
Owner will finance $9,000 if have 
$9,000 equity in home. 467-5838. 
n 4t7-16 



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HOUSEKO^ER • WILSON 
HBCariB section. ReliaWe per- 
son to an for II yr. old, Ught 
housdceqiHns, cookb^, t^. 6 
days. Rewardi^ position tot 
right person. Salary open - 
refe-oKxs required. Af^ by 
letter to HOUSEK^PER, P.O. 
Box -1327, Chesapeake, Va. 
23320. 
13 ^7-30 



TRADE SHOW SALES 
Manager - Up to mjOOH a yee 
pins bea^lts, plus greM growth 
POt»tkd. lob rayioiidMi^ 
«^3ttld tachide seUni tiadt ihov 
bootti, pRMnoting natioiiil and 
Tei^Niy tmde shows wd «iUi« 
Mdet contracts. Must have 
nWrnoib S yens trade diew ex- 
piiieaoe wMi empha^ OB piMoe 
safas and be a hard woAk^ 
praCtaional. Heavy detrt work 
faiVQived. Win be headqmiltrad 
In our new corporMe office In 
Caiesapeake, Virginia. For inter- 
view in Chesapeake, Viigfaiia. 
For interview in Oiesapeakc on 
Sunday, July 20th, cafl Chartes 
* Immordino at (804) 547-4555. 

» It 7-16 

ADVpRTISING SALES - 
NATIONAL . $25,000 to 
$40,000 per year. Aoressive, 
ambitious, hard working in- 
dividual with stroi^ phone sales 
ejqierience (5 or man years) 
needed to sdl advniisii^ fw fast 
growing national trade 
publication. WUl work out of 
new corporate office in 
Chesapeake, Virgida. To work 
on salary plus commission basis. 
Boiefits plus growth potmtial. 
For interview in Chesapeake on 
Sunday, July 20th, caU Charles 
Immordino at (804) 547-4555. 
11 It 7-16 

ADVERT BING SALES - 
SOUTHESN Region - $20,000 
to $28,000 per year. Self- 
motivtted, hvdworking person, 
witib strong r^ione sales abttty 
and good closing . techniques 
«wited to sdl advert!^ for tut 
growing national trade 
l»4>&atioo. WiH hamOe R«k»al 
edition for Southern states. 
Salary plus commission, plus 
bo^ts, irfus growth potoital. 
To work out of new office in 
Oumpetkt, Viiginla. For inter- 
view in Chesapeake, caU Onrles 
InuBordino at (804) 547-4555. 
J* 117-16 



HANO. ORGAN U»SONS 

given in your hone by 
profenieQil noMaa and per- 
femar. AH Mi^ of mv^ 

ttm^C[^5n.|»4. 

21 417-30 



cxcdltnl eondltlott, negatfvt 
mi^ CiMrieliced ikier. Ill 

IMB144-H pi^w^llMiiie. IIM 
iMibibibk. ^^-^90$, 

^ 4ff/t3 




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RAVE A HIC»LY profitable 
ai^ beaoliftil Jean Sh<^ of your 
own.' Featuring the latest in 
Jems, Denfans aad ^iortswear. 
$16,^)0.00 tndiulcs b^indng 
invoitwy, fittures and ^idning. 
Yoa my have your store ^)ea in 
as Uttic as 15 days. Call any time 
for John -302-227-4724. 
15 417-16 



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ACT NOW— 1st and 2nd mor- 
tgages, commercial loans, debt 
consolidation, credit no 
problem. Call Beach Finance, 
428-3654. 

18 4t7/23 



CALL TODAY! 1st or 2nd mor- 
tgages. Debt consolidation, 
home improvements, business 
loans, etc. Credit no i»-oU«q. 
quick service, NO BROKER 
FEES. General Credit Corp. 857- 
6367, or 427-1563. 
18 4t7/23 



"• i-l'ns jff Insinii 



GUITAR LEMOra - Sunmer 

di»a mm startiq^^^^e^^i^ 

in ncMes a«i chtntb. Cidl 482- 

2233. 

21 4t7-16 



mm arrm male - m 

»«ars. bcMitIM dog, cxoillent 
beakh. my fHoOy. Needs good 
home. 135. 627.2201, «27-5Cr. 

S— <t7.30 

LARRADOR RETRIEVER 
iWPMB -ARC registcrad, 2 
chocolates, 3 ycOows, muA see to 
appreciate. CaU after 5. 499- 
6452. 

22 4t7-30 

OOUaSN LABRADOR PUP- 

PIE8-CaUW.|77l. 

»_ 4t7.30 

BASSET HOUND niPPIES • 

AKC registered, excellent 
pedigree. 6 males, 3 females, sire 
and dam on premises. $1504175. 
deposiu bdng taken now. Ready 
to go JulyJl. 583-^68. 
22 4t7-30 

G»MAII SHEPHERD Pup- 
pies— AKG registerad, Made and 
tan, all shou and wormed, 2 
males. 2 femala. Bred for tem- 
perament, large hood pups. 
488-7617. 

» 4t7/23 

GOmN COCXATOO-Male, 

2M years old. very tame, all 
white. 9 inches t^ ertremely 
dean and healthy, comes with 
cage. 485-3780. 
a 4t7/23 

3 LOST and abandoHwd cats - 
Need loving homm. 5 momh 
Uadc fmale, i year Morris look- 
alfte. 2 year sOvcr grey. All 
shots, ^ayed, aad aeiitered. 
F^ •4il>-S941. or 4»-S776. 

22_ 4t7/23 

WAN10 GOOD mma for 
mcdhim rind, 2H year old 
mixed breed dog. Stays oittride 
in fenced yard, also house 
borken. CaU 497-1017. 
U 4t7/23 

COCKATIELS—Alblao, hand- 
fed. $100, Normal cockatids. 7 
montiB, $35. 499^72. 
^ 4t7/23 

CaSMAN SHEraiaD PUPS- 

AKC registrnd, and pure bred 
puppies, large type, thick coated, 
easy paym«iu. $75-$150. High 
quality sh^ho^ds. 4^1814. 

^ 4t7-16 

HIMALAYAN AND PlStSIAN 
kittens - CFA registered, all 
shots, wormed, ImUth and tem- 
perament guarantee, roost 
colors, terms available. 428- 
7704, 583-8335. 
22 4t7-16 

OLD I^GL^ SHra3>D0G- 

AKC registoed, m years old, 
male, 11^ Gained, hmasdnroken^ 
heattty with good confirmation, 
a loveaUe bear! HE IS A TRIP! 
$250 or best offer. 423-5549. 
22 It 7-16 



^RVMMNO GOWN . SIRK Il- 
ia, never nmd. long tiita, wfclie. 
ooeyearoW. 468-3009. 

KN IRAIOUN BTOVE . »t' 

opeidng, iHth glass doors, cast 
iron trinuned In gold, used I 
year. 484-8283. 
U MM 

ORIENTAL CHEST • LARGE 

with inlaid pearl. $350 or best of- 
fer. 423-5549. 
2L 4tt-6 

ICE CREAM ranZER Oiest 

type, 18 cubic feet with stainless 
iteel top. Ext^loit (^nditon. 
$150,857-7164. 

22 4t^6 

ruiNrrutt - sofa, y^ow 

vdvet, Uke new. $300. 2 Une 
iiaser Jar lamps. $50 each. 340- 
0330. 

25 4t7.30 

WEDIMNG GOWN . WITH 

LONG TRAIN AND SUN 
HAT. Perfect for Spring or 
summer. Size IM4. paid $330 
wiU sell for $90. CaB 488-7590. 
25 4t7-l6 

AV OQNDniQND^ UNIT • 

CSntnd 3 ton cooyMcisor con- 
denser. Uitd 2 fflottlM. 
BvapoiMeraad 102.000 BTUCS 
siecttic Amitoe; wUi seB unit 
•eparatdy. 467-4961. 
<tM6 i 

PM BALE - QUAflL rdsb« 
equipment. Have large to- 
««rt>Mor. 2 large brooders and ' 
«iall battery breeding pens. AB 
bi good condidon. Extras te- 

duded. Sde {tons separate or aH 
for bMgate price of $soo. Mm 
sdf CM 547-2205 after 5:30 p.m. 

«7.|« 

ENCYCLOPEDIAS - J979 
edition (New Ag^. ««» 16 

vcrtwoe set of classics. 4 mescal 
nfttmx bo(As. worth $1200, 
asUng $875. Call 444-6717 bet- 
weai8and4. 

^ ^7-30 



-■'•- Xmiqut's 



ANTIQUE RCA VICFROLA - 

1939 record player and AM/FM 
radio. Wood cabinet, good con- 
dition, old records included 
$125,543-1165. 
^ 4t7-lO 

FURNITURE AND AN- 
TIQUES . Bric-a-brac, 
depression ghus. jewelry, lamps. 
Nctyres. carved chairs, hand 
ca"«d mask, and antique trudt 
1952 Ford. Can 547-(S43. 
* 4t7-16 



1*1.1 Sir^iii- 



FUIX BOARD - iW, pasture, 
ring, instruction and training 
available. Access to traib. quiet 
location, large stalls, etectridty. 
WMpering Pines Ranch. 488- 
4817. 

23 4t7-16 



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ELECTRIC STOVE - MftE. 

oven, dock, floresceat light 
across top. Westinghouse. 
$35.00 or make offer. Call 482- 
1768 aftw 5 anytime on vmken- 
ds. 

^ TF 



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27 lluii^c Mold < .immIs 



DRYER • fmiRLPOOL electric 

dryer, wUte, S c^, 3 tern- 

pentiiret, hetvy (taty, excdleiit 

ocmditicMi, mti oi^ 9 oMittht. 

$16S.4SM7I7. 

27 417-30 

SEWING MACaiNB In ctbtaet. 

Overhttded reeendy. WU trade 

for empty aMnet « idl for $40. 

or belt offer. CuB 4^1768 after 

S.Ai^tiiBeweel^Mb. 

27 TF 



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YARD SALE - SATURDAY 

July 19th at 137 Cedar Road in 
Oiesapaike (Great Mdge Kta). 
U It 7-16 

FARI8 STREET FLEA market • 

opra Tbiin.-San., 104. Come 
m in wad browie round! 8 dif- 
ferent shopi. 3430 Azalea Oar- 
den Rd. 837-0477. 
28 TF 



^H-Mti.u.i! M( 



ORGAN - YAMAHA, Dk-40A 
with bench, 3 keyboards, 
automatic rythn wd bm, roil 
top cover, too many features to 
Hit, encOeot coetftion, S22SO, 

430-8M8. 

30 4t7-30 



NORVBW . RARE COINS. 

NorfoUt'i most eoopfcte. BiQr, 
leD, trade. Buying rilver coins. 
42 Soirthem Shopping Center. 
Norfolk. 853-8118. 
31 CMDTF 



STERLING ttLVIR BAND- 

^ SVi. Saggitanu and Virgo 
signs in raised sterling, lovely 
and different. $25 or best offer. 
CaU 482-1768 after 6 p.m. 
32 HTF 



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CRABS • $12 a bushel. $2 a 
dozoi, frerii daUy. Just opp(»ite 
Hurds Seafood lUrtuirint. See 
Earl Smith 340>5171. 
»3 4t7-30 

RESHLY BARED HffiADS, 

l^es and dniumKHi nlB$. Whole- 
sate or retaU! ! CaU 421-7555. 
i3 $17/30 



V>-l .iH II ,iml < .ardt 



SPECIAL SAUI Mttkh - Bark 
aml-shretkled. PrtftecU flow^s. 
retanis grus and irae^. Truck 
load, large, small. Delivered. 
CaH 853-0205 w 855-7467. 

35 4t7/23 

LAWN MOWING and trimming 
- Dom at yow conveniwice. CiJl 
482-1659. Ask for John Sch- 
wartz. 
35 4t7/23 

HAY - TOP QUALITY, alfalfa. 
%nothy-a]falfa, and timothy. 
Shavings {(x sale, sold by pick- 
up or by large truck. ^8-2728. 
35 4t7-16 

DIRT ■ AAA TOP soil, the t»est 

call us last! 9-5, 420-2825. 

35 ^7-16 



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ALL TYPK. f^ AND used 
restminmt ami bar equipmoit. 
Dixie Equipment Company. 
1006 Oranby St. 623-7073. 
38 TF 



^'M\ K.KI 



STEREO • SYLVANU 

QUADRAPHONIC AM/FM. 8- 

tr^k. phmuHrrai^i 4 ^mktn, 

$200.00.468-2009. 

39 4t8-6 

STEREO EQUIPMENT • 
DUAL tfrect drive turntable. 
Canute deck with Dolby NR. 
Sannii tliato recdv«. Pi<Mieer 
revorb ampUnor and Pioneer 
Stereo tape deck. $1500. 468- 
3251. ^^ 
39 4t7-30 

CAPEHART STEREO • Con- 
sole. AN/FM. 8 track, stereo, 
turntable, and recorder. 
Beautiiy wood caUnet. $250. 
543-1165. 
39 4t7-30 



ic Miihili Htiiiu - loi ■■^all 



CLAYTON MOBOE ROME - 

14' ii 60*. 2 bedroom, m baths. 

(Umiihed.^7-0912. 

40 4t7-30 

NEW MOON MOBOA Heme - 

12' X 60'. air conditioniiig, f^- 
niihed $4000. unfurnished 
$3000. On MOitary Base. Must 
sec U> i^^M-edate. 421^14. 
40 4t7-30 

BBAUTIPUL LIVING Atter- 
mitive • Oceana. Dun I<feck. 
nnrby. 24' x 60* douUe wide 
(Ptxby Run). Has evoTthiiig. 
exodloit condition, dear title. 
Visits wek»me. CaU 425-8353. 
40 4t7-16 

CONCORD MOBILE HOME - 

1975, 65' x 12', 2 bedrooms, un- 
furnished, partially carpeted, 
refri^ator and stove, $5,600 or 
$700 uid assume loan. WiU rent. 
CaU 487-3227. 
«) 41746 

CAPELLA • 12* X 6$'. 3 

bedroom, air conditioning, 
washer, dryer, dishwasher. 
Ownor Ma^ng. 499-2841 . 
40 4t7-16 



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DnCH WITCH - V.30. 6 foot 
boom, and trailo", $4,250. Call 

857-1088. 

37 4t7.16 



FCm SALE 

items - 1-1978 Uaiy Motor 
Home, l8Vi feet, good con- 
ditioo. 1-1971 Winn^ago Motor 
ifome. D-24. good conation. 1- 
1972 Pace Arrow Motor Home, 
20 feet, fair condition. Catt Art 
Beck. 499-2543 or Don Koble. 
5834505. 
45 4t8-6 

PINEOAE VILLAGE APART- 
MENTS - Applications wiU be 
ao^ted for future occupancy 
beginning July 21, 1980. Office 
located off of Bonney Rd., Mxt 
to Hialia Ovdens Af^utments. 
Monday-Friday, 9-5:30 p.m. 
Equd Housing Opportunity. 
45 4t8-6 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Brand 
New Great Neck Beadi Condos 
are now ttB^, I^cnn $400 a 
month. 2 bedrooms, washe", 
dryer, dishwasher, fireplace, 
deck, covered parking for 2 Otfs, 
fully carpeted. 481-1696. 
45 4t7/23 



II \\an(t(i In Ki-nt 



WOUL0 LIRE TO RENT- 

H(ww Qt iM^Mortment m <» nmx 

ooeui from AuguM 11-14. NteU 

replies to : Daniel Kles. 1278 

N<»th Kttther Rd.. Sidney. Ohio, 

453^.(513)^2-3396. 

50 ' 2t7-23 

niARE - A LARGE HOUSE IN 

South Norfolk with responsible 

male. $40 a week, induding 

washer and dryer, air con- 

(Utioning. QaU anytime. 543- 

6426. 

50 4t7-16 

SHARE - WITH RESPON- 

WU£ poson, $125 and half of 
Vepco. Call days. 625-1668. 
nights. 497-8387. 
50 4t7-16 



^-1 or Ren! (.r s.d. 



CHESAPEAKE BEACH-For 

Roit: Vi block frmn beach. Oae 
bedroom. slee|» 4, $125 we^y, 
no pe^. AvaUable July 26 - 
August 16. 461-1883. 
S3 4t7/23 



jnr Mill 



KING PLANTATION • Vm 

R«e cxami^ cdcwiid arddtec- 
ture. qiMU^ fotwatlon. 18 fflUcs 
from WilUamsburg. Virginia. 
Formal living room-dining 
room, Utdwn-expoced beams, 
recrcatim room, 4 bedrofmu, 3 
baths. Low ttxes, low ffaianoe, 
idMl retirement. CaU for fi^ 
tuns. Surrey, (804) 267-2208. 
62 lt7-16 



l-'^ITMU's ()tfl'rt'(i 



BABYSITTING • WILL 

BABYSIT in my hmne ii«ek- 

daj^, prefo- infuits ot (vcsdiool. 

545-5813. 

71 4t8-6 

fHO^LACE SPECIALIST wfll 

build or repair any type 
fireplace! Satisfaction guaran- 
teed! 490-2175, ^5 p.m. • 
71 CDBTF 

MR. AND MRS. PAINTBB of 

the Tidewater arau Hm quality 
of a i^m. the smooth touch of a 
mm»Ri Interior-exterior pain- 
ting. 424-4687. 
71 TFCDBl 

WILL PICK UP — any unwan- 
ted Kenmore or Whirlpool 
washer. 486-4098. 
71 4t7-30 

AIR CONDITKmER W^VKE 

uid repair - ReasoiMUe rates, 

quick response, caU anytime. 

4200599. 

71 4t7-30 

TYPH^ . ALL KINDS, IBM 

Sdectric, 7 days a week, 428- 

5240 anythne. So'vices (or smatt 

businesses, term papers. 

resumes, manuscripts, 

l»rop<»als. 

71 4*7-30 



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AUTO CSUSHEte • Al Junk 
car removers. All mn iowtd 
vn%y free, tcq? (toUar paid! Fast 
service. 487-9222. 
71 4t7-30 

EXPENSES TOO HIGH (<a 

ViKt of your own? Why ncM 
:diare? We have houMNmn^. we 
need more tenants. 4<KM661 . Fee 
Roommate Finding Sovio;. . 
71 4t7/23 

RENT^kfAID-7 rooms leaned 
$30. Windows $2 - $4. Carpctt, 3 
rooms and haU, $35. Upholstery, 
2 pieces $35. CaU 625-6543. 

71 4t7/23 

ESTRADA ELECTRICAL - In- 
novations • SuperiOT electronic 
and 0|Mical sala, so^ce, and in- 
staUation. Bu^ness, home, ami 
auto. Free eMimates. 427-3786. 
71 4t7-16 

CONCRETE WORK • Of aU 

types. Decks, patios. etc4<^wUty 

oonMruction. Riv«iirorks. 588- 

8702. 

71 it 7-16 

PAINTING - INTEBHn and 

exterior, neat work, reasonabte 

rates. 397-5227. 

71 4t7-16 





l£T YOUR PHONE DO 
THE WORK - CHECK 
THE CLASSIFIEDS FC^ 
ALL THE CXXO BUYS!!! 



(»IC MOTORHOME • 1977, 26 

foot, self-contained, fuU birth 

with shower, sleeps 6. fidl kit- 

choi. buUt-in vi^uum deaner. 3 

air conditioners, and 49,000 

miles. 

miles. $25.000. 481-7953. 

66 \ 4t8-6 

SHASTA IRAVEL TRAILER 

1979, sleei» 6. tamtam wheels. 
aevtrai opticms. compk^y con- 
tained, new condition. $4,000. 
CaU 424-2007. 
66 4t7/23 



BABYSIT • FOR WCHOONG 

parmts. any age. nmds in^ded. 
fenced yard with a p^ area, ex- 
perienced. Crossroad Schod and 
Southern Shopping Center 
areas. 588-2569. 
70 4t7-30 

RABYSrmNG • MY HOME, 

expericDKxd motl^. luncha in- 
cluded, ages 1 year and up. 
Monday through Saturday. 
ReferacesavauilaUe. 857-6605. 

n 4t7-30 

CHIUD CARE • MY home, Urge 
play arm. hot meals, fenced 
^rd, eduoitional to]«. expmen- 
ced. Timberlakc, Windsor Oaks, 
HoUand Road areas. 467-9193. 
70 4t7-30 



Ottiri'd 



BABYSITTING - DAYS, in my 

home, 2 years of age and up. 

Q^mk wUl be with experiei»ed 

mcrther, large property. 547- 

5789. 

71 4t8^ 

mCK R BLOCK WCMK - AU 

types of masonry work. Small 
jobs spedaUty. Call 489-1 552. 
71 4t8-6 



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Invitational softball set 

The Virginia Beach Department of Parks and 
Recreation is sponsoring an invitational softball tour- 
nament for adult teams who participated in the depar- 
tment softball leagues. TWs double elimination event 
b^ns at 9 a.m., Saturday, August 2 and contini^s 
through Sunday, August 3 at the Virginia Beach 
Recreation C^ntcr/Kempsville softball fields. 

Individual trophies will be awarded to the first place 
team. 

For more information, call athletic services at ^9- 
1281. 



Peace Corps/VISTA at Beach 

Former Peace Corps/VISTA volunteers wiU be at the 
Oceanfront branch public library August 4 to 6, Mon- 
day through Wednesday, totecruit new volunteers. 

For more information call 800-424-8580, extension 
37. 



Good time music at Beach 

The American Cancer Society is sponsoring "Good 
Time Music At The Beach", at 8 p.m. on Monday, July 
21 at the Virginia Beach Dome. 

The show will feature The Nothin Doin Band. The 
Norfolk and Southern Jug Band, The Reel Irish Whisky 
Band, The Stumpy Lake String Band plus dancing by 
the Fun Time Cloggers. It will be a foot stomping good 
time for the whole family. 

Tickets are available at Tracks, Little Creek Road and 



Granby Street; at both RambUn Conrads locations, 
Hampton Boulevard and Military Highway; Universal 
Music at 109 South Witchduck Road; and the office of 
the American Cancer Society. 

Hosted by Ken Hicks and Kay WanalUs of WVEC's 
Good Mormi^ Tidewater show, it will be an evening of 
good music for a great cause. 



Church holds lucheon 

TabenuK^le United M«thodist Oiurch, wiU hold a 
special Sunday churdi so^ce at U a.m. on Sunday, 
July 20 to begin Lotus Festival Week. 

On Wednesday, July 23 a country style luncheon will 
feature such dishes as chickoi ralad, countty ham, 
home cooked vegetables, pies and cakes. 

Children under 6 may eat free, but others will be 
charged. Carry out plates wiU be available. A country 
craft bazaar will be hdd under the pine trees in the diur- 
ch yard. 

Tabernacle members are cdcibratii^ their 150th An- 
niversary year. Visitors are welcome to tour their 
historical 18^ church building. The pastor of the chur- 
ch is Rev. William F. McMahan. 



Chamber outing slated 

The Virginia Beach Chambo- of Commerce will spon- 
sor Its annual outing on Wednesday, August 16 on the 
North Lawn of the Cavalier on the Mil. 

Tommy Owalti^ and his dbdeland band will provide 
the music. 

Food, games, door prizes, and the second annual 
Virginia Beach Chamber of Commerce Gold tour 



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IteeafMftt 

4 to •a.m. 

tloSa.ffi. 

8totia.m. 

UtoKfeoQ 
MMBtoSjun. 

2 to 4 p.m. 

4 to •p.m. 

9t»tpm, 

8 to 10 p.m. 

MtoMidB^ 

Midn^ to 2 a.os: 

2 to 4 a.m. 



ABIES: (March 21 t* 
Apri If - Ate Mss As- 
ceaiaal) — l%lngs may mk 
be as they ajqj^u*, so be 
careftil (A dee^^ton. Not the 
time to invest on the advtee 
(rf Meads. Hay it safe and 
doo't mix brto affars that 
are mm erf ^wr bwmess. 
Tr^t toved on^ with con- 
^toratim. 

TAUBUS: <A^ 21 to 

May H ~ Aise TMffvs As- 
cwilaat) — Dont count on 
Ittjffs 1^ now and mate no 
"u^prthe Ul^" d^ls. Not 
the ttae to k»an money or 
ttii» <Aher risks. Devote 
^mrs^ to woric and put in 
any ovotime that may be 
required — it imys <^ to be. 
self4«liant. 



r»«MMe Aseeadtttf is: 

Same as Ws& ^p 

f^st^ifriloirtsg 
Seeowli^fsttoi«h« 

roffith dgn faOoH^ 

Seventh s^ ^Bmrli^ 

Tenth siga faBsmyitg 

cottU ci»ne up with some 
pretty shaky investmenr 
i(teas and they may n^ be 
^tlrely "on the up and up." 
AiMd takh^ unneeessaiy 
du^:^. Don't count on cxy 
op&a^on now. Work alone 
to avoid firtt^ration. 



ymi may find it hard to 
COTcentrgte. Extra shaip 
career ^fimrts will attract 
the attain tf mpehim m 
nudK» th^ emmt «Qbrt! As- 
soeMasitte aoicooperatlve, 
so go ttjMe. 

vn^: (Ai^ 2S to Sept. 
8 — Atea Vhfa As ceaJaat) 

^ Dimipr^mfiflta over 
^uees isem fiauae pob- 
ferns at heoie. t^ ft over 
and ci^e to i^negawE^ to- 
gether on bud^ matters. 
Use all yoor tatonta at work 
and im^nm the U|^-ups 
with your wfillngnessto take 
on ass^BiBfflts. 



GEMINI: (MayHtoJi 
I -* AtM GeaiW Ascead- 
il) ^ People ymi trust 



CANCEBi (J«w 21 to 
Jily 8 — Ate OuMer As- 
eewlai^ — Ke^ your busi- 
ness a^ pHSonal lives sep- 
tate. Go mm IXN^ anl 

V^ up any hmks. Revtew 
yoiff goals aiuS tte ivof^es 
jwn've n^ towwd O^. 
Ca^ up on femmA hctic- 
i^p^ anl^ sum afl 
UtoarepaM. 

LEO: (My 2Sto Ang. 22 
- Ate Ua AseeMtet) — 

Things may be unsettled on 
the home fhmt and at work 



LIBRA: {SepL 23 to Oct 
22 — Ate Libra Asceadant) 

— Don't lose your temper if 
others prove unreliable. De- 
pend on yourself, and push 
forward with personal proj- 
ects in an teaglsaive way. 
Frustrations could caiue 
discootoit, ^t don't go off 
M a tai^^ sed^ ^K^tte^ 

scoftpmt (Oct. 33 to 

Nvr. n — Ate Searpto As- 
ffadaaf) — Tal» (are of 
a^ tK^mw^ii^sammm to 
re<to% imde^. L^aen yoor 
attra^ to cratttd cOm's 
Uv^ and tfMi^BRS at hmie 
v^ ease up. fM. tte ttoM to 

mm^* T(0km yotu- atm 
Jt^^mts te careo'. 

SAGITTARIUS: (Atov. 22 
to Dee. 21 - Ate Sl«ltta^ 
te Aaeeadaat) —A frleod or 



assodsitiB may coq>erate 
«^ you 00 a |«o^ mat 
m^m rewari^ ^ spoa- 
taneotn in rtmiance and 
have fun! Guard j^ gaiy»^ 
your naurally extravagant 
natum •- fiwUsh spendH^ 
Goukf can« problems at 
hMoe. ' 

CAHOCOB^: (Dee. 22 to 
Jaa. H - Ate Cafriewi 
A Bff d iBi ) - Enjoy family 
and htum ma^JMmiitfjout 

domes^ surroundings. An 
old work project could be 
revived and others may now 
be cooperative. Use your hd- 
tiative and begin new proj- 
ects, too. Takit a leaderahip 
role «1th (»»M^ce. 

AIHIABIUS: (Jan. H to 
Feb. 18 - Ate iti$u^m 
AseeaAwt) — G^ 
^Dttifl «ivice b^sm 
cf^racts ot t^mmm^i 
Don't part witte yoMr m^ on 
impulse — you tmiy m^ n 
lat«r in^ mBti^lQ^biA 19 
m m }^m dmm beiMe 
you adto^K wt to rest «Mi 
rdax. 

risCES: (Feb. If to 
Ma«eft 21 ~ Ate Mk^ As- 
mti^bm} — Stay in tte 
b^^QUMt and let oU^rs 
tti» tte I^d. CoUect inf(»*- 

htes f^tod to yov |iA 
Catdi vp m del^ dmtm 
and go over personal m 
eoms. Check out your fi- 
naneial situation so you 

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nament will be highlighted. 

To reserve a booth, or for more information call 490- 
1221. 



Textbooks liet retam money 

Virginia Beach Junior High S<^)ob idU spcMMor a 
textbook "Buy b9sk" from July 16 thrm«h 18, Wed- 
nesday, throt^ih Friday, at aU d^t of the BeaiA's 
junior high sf^xrfs. 

Hours will be fh>m 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Used textbooks in yxKl conditton, according to a 

spokesBton, wOI be b<«i^ f<» one-half the cov» price; 
and worn, but usabfe textbooks will be bought back t<x 
one-quarter of the cover price. 
Call 427-4641 for more informaticwi. 



Runaway volunteers needed 

The Vu-ginia Beadi Ughthouse Runaway Hotline is 
currently recruiting volunteers. 

TTie hodine (rf&rs a telephone line where youths, 
runaways and tl^ parents may talk on an anooymous 
basis with an understanding person about the present 
crisis they are facing. 

Volunteers for the hotline not only-inrovide a vahiable 
service to the commim^, they are also induded in a 
valuable learning process. 

Those interested in learning about volunteering for 
this program should call 427-8650. 



Banana tournament set 



The Banana Open Tennis Tournament, spcnsored by 
the Norfolk Banana Company, win be held at OrtIs 
Creek Tennis Center, Vu-ginia Beach m Sunday, July 
20. 

Categories include advanced beginners, through top 
area tournament pkyers, a tournament spokesman 
said. 

AU entrants must be rated accorc^^ to the Natkmal 
Tbnnis Rating System. Entry deadltees ju« July 16 for 
singtes and July 23 for doubfes. 
^ Men's categories wfll mchule 2.S, 3.S, 4.5, 5.5, 6.0 
and up, and in wooKn's competttioo 2.5, 3.5, 4.5, 5.0 
aiKl up. The men's category has no age limit, but aU 
other players mi»l be 18 or ofekr, Mattrit says. Entry 
fees win be darg^. ^^les i^y begias July 20 
through 26 and iksut^ friay begins July 27 through 
August 2. AU entrants are eligible to receive a Ch^uita 
or Dde T-shirt and a Delmonte hat. 

For more infommtran «dl Owb Qeek Tennis Center, 
Birdiieck Road at 422-4716. 



Summer Bible school set 

Tlie Wydiffc Presbyterian Church, 1445 Great Nedc 
Road, wUl hold a Sumner Bible Sdiool for chUdren K-6. 

It wUI be held tiie week of July 21-25 from 9:30 to 
1 1 :30 a.m. at the church house. The theme for the week 
k "AU God's Chikiren Beloi^*'. AU are mvited to 
attend. 

Csdl 481-3260 for more information. 



July recreational activities 

The Virginia Beach Departaient of Parks and 
Re(?eation wUl condiKrt the folkmi^ ^sheduted m- 
tivities at tlMc Vir^i^ Beach Recreation Cfeit«/Bow 
Creek, during the month of July. ¥m furth« infw- 
mation {riease aril 4&4m5. 

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ffomPmrnt^, FU the Uke Taylor High School gnulmite has studied speech and dranui at ™;;^^'i 
ifiwi/d'CoaM*. 1^ now Ihfes in tl^moflshnd section of the Beach, H&^ hobbies are swmmmg, horseback rU^ 
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1 Virginia B«u:h Sufi, Wednesday, July 23. 1980 




Or^ Ootdfarb— Sun 



Ervin built his house on 77th Street in 1957 for $40,000. Resting on .4 acre of land, it is now appraised at almost $200,000 and 
features a schuffleboard court on the east side. 



Reid Ervin: A man of endurance 



By OREO OOLDFARB, editor. 
The Virginui Bettdi Sun 

Virginia Beach councilman Reid Ervin is a constant 
man. 

His views of Virginia 
Beach and. its continued 
pbpulation growth have 
not changed since the mid 
1960's when he first ran. 
for public office. 

Ervin has sought a city 
council seat four times, 
winning his seccmd and 
fourth attempts. He has 
always supported restric- 
tions on urban and subur- 
ban growth at the Beach, 
which he attributes to his 
lost bids for office. 

But in 1980, Ervin is no 
longer viewed as the rebel 
Goldfarb he may have seemed 

years $igiD.Mcne of 10 other council members with city 
l^uottng^ views similar to his o^vn, and in light of the 
re^M power struggle over the city's mayoral seat, 
Ervin is now seen as one of the most sdid, practical, 
and enduring sten serving Virginia Beach. 
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0CDCD personality profile 



support from city officials now than ever, but the idea 
that he's the power behind the mayor's throne, he says, 
is erroneous. 

"I don't really consider myself the unofficial leader 
of city council," the 59 year dd l^mnhaven bOTOUgh 
representative said. "Some peqjle have suggested 
such a noticm, but it's just not true. 

•*It does seem that now, however, more people are 
concerned about the fiiture and preservation of Virginia 
Beach, which has been paramount in my mind since at 
least 1966. And with the erosion, and growth problems 
the city now has, I wish more people had listened to me 
back'then." 

Opposed the KeHam machine 

Ervin, a mechanical engineering graduate of Duke 
University and owner (tf Reid Associates Inconxvated, 
first saw his name on a pdit^ ticket in 1966 when 
Sidney Kellam had considerable power among many 
Beach foctions. 

*i had been active in dvic orgamzations since 1953," 
Ervin said, **but it wasn't until 1966, after the dty and 
Princess Anne county mergW,thW1WdiaM Wms*i» 



active role in municipal government. 

"Hie Beach at that time was beii^ run by the Kellam 
machine, a monolitiuc political organizatioti, which Pve 
always been politically critical of. But I lost the election 
by a small margin." 

After losing to Beach realtor Dewey Simmons, Ervin 
ran for office again in 1970 and was elected, leading the 
ticket with the most votes cast for any one candidate. 

He again lost his bid for reelection in 1974, however. 



"...over the years I supported 
people who ran for city council 
with philosophical ideas much 
like my own ''—Ervin 

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due to his opponent's financial backing by certain 
special interest groui^. 

"My opponent was then stock broker Joto Ckiffin. 
Ife was backed by local developers and biiflders who 
dida't wppttQSix my views on controlled building at the 
Beach,*' Er^ said. "Now Griffin's in insuiince. 
insurance. 

"I had tried to slow down building and they lowered 

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Ervin, 

A Duke 
graduate 

their sights on me, imd started shootti^. They [vohably 
spent over W,M bade then to f et rkl <rf n»." 

NetaMlMeiita 

Ervin said w^n he first won a couaci! seat» Virginia 
BeacA (Bda't even~have a con^ireheBsive taad use plan; 
nor was there a long range i^ to dieck beai^ erosioo. 

"When I frst served on coium^,*' he said, "thii^s 
were disastitws. Hie oceMfront was hi^ over- 
developed, as usual; tl^ hea^ was eroduig, of course; 
and tint city hate*t even l^tqtted a comi^-elMnsive land 
use idan. 

"My goal was tten, as ft tt new: To give Beat^ 
residents a^l mercluuils a weU oitfered dty, with a 
good sensiMe growth nrte. Md those wte didn't agree 
with me tl^n, I tiiiidc agree idth me new." 

Ervin, whose ^rm in office eignres in 19^, says he 
las iM» plans to run again, mudi less be mayor. He 
diinks the coimdl bow serving is oonqsetent, and that 
he has accompttshed a lot of things he planned to. 

"We are a cooq^i^le council," &vin said, "with 
very little disagreenMnts.We may teve soo^ minor 
personality differences , but never serious . 

"I think general^, I'm in tune wfth most of the 
council members. 



''My goal was then, as it is 
now: To give Beach residents 
and merchants a well ordered 
city, with a good sensible 
growth rate*'— Ervin 



"I know that in the past I tried to do i^m%% that 
weren't exactly popnalar in the dty. I was oiUed a 
maverick. So what I did, was, over fte years I 
supported people who ran for dty coumal with 
philosophical icteas much like my own.'' 



Virginia Search Sun, Wednesday, July 23, 19S0 3 



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Ervta teamed to coaqnarisc 

Over the years, Ervin has learned to coaqjromise for 
the good Qi Virginia Beadi. 

"Now there are no real pn> or anti-<tevel(^ment 
peofde on coimcil," Ervin said, "we all want what's 
best for the dty. So in situatiois where I may have a 
question on i^idi wiQr to vote on a partkidar^ue, I 
ftid H's imident to conqmmise: o^m can be gained 
that way. 

"rm more irt p^ace uMi myself, a^ ^n^ eoundl, 
ttan f ve ever been m my Ufe. MI wantto<foaow s be 
m honest mtti, woric^ to make ^^gi^ Be«^ as 
good as posstUe. ^ 

"I^nk Dr. Henry McCoy vm be %iQod n^yor, md 
I'm maldng iK>irian$ ikiw to run in 1^2 for refection; 
but rm not %«fa% I won't. Samt peo|te taM^tted to 
flw about being miyor, but Fm not a ctt«er poUtic^m. 

"Fve accomplished all I've wanted to accomj^h, 
paid my dues, and my ego needs no teAer boosting, 
althoi^h I think my past experience would ht\^ in the 
^ars ahead; and whatever tatent I have, I wUl make 
avaibible to who asks." 

A North Garattumativc 

The son of WiUiain M. Ervin, a ontractor, history 
tei^ier, aid eveirtially a l»rberii^ admin»trator on 
the campus of Duke Ifaiversity. Fred iteid Eivin was 




Ervin and one of the picture frames he built himself. 



"The Depression," Ervin remembers, "caused my 
fiither to switch around to several jobs. 

"In 1926, however, my fother was made a good 
jBnancial offer, and shortly thereafter opened a barber 
shop on the boys cam{Nis at Trinity Cdlege, Durham, 
whose name was later changed to Duke University. 

"A girl's campus, with a beauty salcm was added in 
1931 when tiw school's name was changed to Duke. 
Trinity was then made for girls. 

"With over 7,000 students, administrators, and stafT^ 
between both campuses, this job offered my fisUher a 
guaranteed income in times when things were tight." 

Ervin attended Watts Street Etementary School, 
grades one through six; and Durham Junior, stnd Senior 
High Schools. 

In high school, Ervin was a member ei the literary 
society; sd-chem club; and the track team of which he 
became (mptain his senior year. 

He received an athletic scholarship to Duke in track, 
but only ran for one yar. Ife had to quit due to injuries. 

"I loved running track," Ervin said, "but multiple 
injuries, induding a badly pulled left hamstring put an 
early end to my athtetic career. 

"I had injured my hamstring very badly. T1»re was 
so much scar tissue that every tnne I ran I would tear 
even more tissue. So I decided to stop hurting myself, 
and devote man tfai^ to my echicittion." 

Ervm s«d n^n he was in s<^»i, Duke was best 
kaonm for h«^ tiie flvst food^A sUMKun m Oe Soudi. 

"bi 1931 Duke Uuversity was not too well kmvm," 
he smi^ '^^c^ for the fact ^a it built the first 
footbiA ^iKfium in that part of the country, it seMed 
S0,d6ll|}eii^. Alter that, howe^^r, ^ schod achieved 
even more aadonal teeogaition ni^n it opened its 
mecficid sdiooi, startii^ from scratdi." 



EdvcalkMi: Achdeagc 

i 

Ervin said the educational process has always been a 
challenge to him; and consequently, he loved coHege. 

"When I was in coMege," Ervin recalls, "classes 
were limited and small; unlike the big five and six 
hui^ed student lecture classes at some schools today. 

"The students represented a good cross sectron of 
America and got to know the professors intimately. We 
made friendships that last a lifetime. Coltege friends 
still call me, and I always attend my class reunions. 

"My only regret is that I never continued my 
educatioi and rec^ved my master's degree. I don't 
cons^r the pursuit oi education a drag, it's a 
du^nge. There are still a lot of thii^s left Pd like to 
crack." 



''My only regret is that I never 
continued my education and 
received my master's degree. I 
don't consider the pursuit of 
education a drag, it's a 
challenge"— Ervin 



En^ saki he's not sure ^m^qt he became an eagueer, 
txotpt that his fother aiMsed him to find a {voiesslQBal 
(See DECIDE p^e 6) 



In i^l^fon to bdi« in ^ cunm ^^f^ fratermty, 
Sigma On, the n^^ttucal engimering nU^ was 
elected {ttesktent of te DiOk Studeitt Chai^er of the 
Amerkan Sodety of ^chankal E^ineers. 

White at Ddse, &vin said die e^ineermg students 
differed somewhiU fitn students in other academic 
disicq^i^s; but, in general, were much like the 
engineemg stuctents of today. 

"Theresas no Texaa'tostruments bade then," Ervin 
said with a laugh. "biste«d ci see^ calculators 
stripped to our waists, you wouki l»ve seen shcte rutes. 

"And as the oOier mt^ %tnSsm were i«aru« wUte 
shirts, ties, and nice tttxisers, the engineering 
stu^n^, wlK)lMd towork oirt in tlw fieUte, wouM wear 






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4 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, July 23, 1980 



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Of The Sun newspaper 

' 

**We can't 
keep enough 

*'We can't keep enough of The Virginia Beach Sun 
newspapers in stock," said Pocohontas Pancake House 
co-owner George Chrysostomides, whose Atlantic 
Avenue restaurant is selling between 75 and 100 Sun 
newspapers a week. 

"In fact, my only complaint," Chrysostomides said, 
••is that we don't get more of them to sell." 

Chrysostomides said The Virginia Beach Sun sells so 
well for him because it is chocked full of Virginia Beach 
information. 

•*I think we sell a lot of the newspapers," he said, 
••because it has a lot of local names and activities in it. 

••It also includes a listing of Virginia Beach night 
spots, which the tourist, in addition to the locals, really 

enjoy. 

••The cover photo usually catches the potential 
reader's attention, and after they review the inside news 
and feature stories, that paper is sold. 

••The Sun is selling quickly in my establishment, and 
I'm glad. It's good business for the Sun, and for me." 

To distribute the Sun in your business, call 486-3430, 
and isk for the editor. 




Chrysostomides 



The Virginia Beach Sun now is available at the 
following locations during regular business hours: 

Pocohontas Pancake House, 3Sth and 

Oceanfront 

Sea Vacationer, 34th and Oceanfront 

LaPlaya Motel, 33rd and Atlantic 

Peter Pancakes, 33rd and Oceanfront 

Ocean Ranch Hotel, 32nd and Oceanfront 

Ocean House Restaurant, 3108 Atlantic 

Avenue 

Gulfstream Hotel, 29th and Oceanfront 

Sea n' Sun Motel, 29th and Oceanfront 

Best Western Viking Motel, 28th and 

Oceanfront 

MardI Gras Motel, 2802 Atlantic Avenue 

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'Why Can't More Virginians Attend The Universify of Virginia?* 

UVA Admissions Poficy: Two Opinions 



Are enough Virginiuis being allowed to attend their own state 
university today? 

Many think not. Incr<»singly Virginians have grown restive as 
their qualified sons and daughters are ^ni^ admission while so 
numy places in the University of Virginia's unctergraduate and 
graduate schools are fiilni by students from other states. 

Ova «Utorud "Shortchanging A State" which expmsed some 
of th^eeoncems was published earlier. 

Opinions in response, pro and con, have been intense and as 
varied as the routers who expreswd tli^m. 



Shortchanging a State 

lEditoriBl Reprinted] 

CoU^ and university {msldents aie well paid in this state. It 
was r«i»ntly annoUni^ that the presidents of some institutions 
recdve annual compensation in excess of $80,000 a year. 

Univ«dty of Virginia jx^ideBt Frank Hereford is om of these 
very weU paid colle«e {residents. Well paid by Virginia taxpayers. 

Alt OMfly are banning to wonder if this is fair . tt would seem 
more equiuWe, they say, if states like New Jersey, Connecticut, 
New York, Penn^ania and Maryland wduld kick in toward 
Hereford's salary. AfteraD UVA provides inecpoi^e edw:ations 
for so vwy many out-of-^me stuiknts in the northeet corridor. 

¥ot yours the cream of this date's hi^ school »^olars and 
athle^ hK¥9 been for^ to ^ elaewlttre because of UVA's Ipng 
^«n(Ui4 a<taiis»ons policy dutt freeas than out because so many 
spotM are set aade fw out-of-^ato?. 

Virginia taxpajwrs and many .UVA alumm are Rowing 
increasi^y &mcemt^ about this adminions poUcy that spurns 
first ritte local ta^t for second rate studoits ami athletes from 
out of state. 

WhMe^^ the intoitions, UVA's admissions policies have 
succeeded only in achkving a niuional reputation as a "cuduon 
collie" for the northeaA. 

Should anyone doulH UVA's cushion coll^ status just talk to 
guidance counsdors at the niuion's better high and prq) schools. 
Th^ make no bcma about it. 

The absurdity of UVA's admisucms policy Uiat (%von so many 
mt-ot^au Itudeits ova Van rate ia-Mate high idMxrf graduitta 
is widely seen on the Mademic Mt. 

It Is juA as true in irth^ks who-e the adminkms pdky's 
glarii^ shortctmiii^ «mnot be as easily hldda. 

Take the UVA football program, over the past 25 years, the 
nation's wont among major cwll^es. 

Tins year, for ii»tance, UVA wiU give football scholarships to 
only fmir Virginians. 

Is this aiM»iaiy because tte stMe of Virginia doera't prodwx 
pUyot ^xxl enough or raiart oxhi^ to i^ for UVA? Of 
course mit. 

Ewy ]war, the mttkm's most successful cdkyes bene^ 
signlfkantly (nm Virginia taknt. ^ 

Soow s^ most of Virginia's top h^ sduxM athletes mm avokl 
UVA because of its UMOg standing rq?utatk»i as a Iom-. In many 
cases this Is true. AikI its just as true that UVA's cudiion (xikg/t 
reputation is responsible for many of today's top instate scholars' 
dwision to go eUewtoe. 

UVA now fimls itsdf a path^ic euunple of the acactanic and 
athletic equivalent of whitt came flrst, the diicken or the egg. 

And while UVA polk^ mako^s continue to fiml egg on thdr 
faos tajqMyers are getting the bird; and an iocrasing number are 
sick and tir«l of nting crow — especially v^ien ti«f have to pay 
forit.-D.W. 



One strong opinion came from UVA dean of admissions John T. 
Casteen III. The editorial and Mr. Castcen's letter in response are 
carried side by side for convenient comparison . 

The nature and content of Mr. Casteen's letter opens up other 
areas of discussion which are the focus below of additional 
commentary- 

Mr. Casteen is to be comn»nd^ for cUuifying UVA policy on 
this issue which is of such vital hnportance to the «!ucational 
futures of so many Virginians. 



Dean Defends Policy 

To The Editor: 

Becaiue yow rec^u attack <m tte University of Vir^nia inclndes sevovl 
erroA of fact as wdl a* complainU about our admi^oiu polbnei, I want to 
respond, and also to invite you to tun>ly facts to support some of j^Mtr man 
extrav^Hit assertions. 

We oftts MiraMon to ViisUans wkoie credeMiab estaUid tliat (hey cm 
do the work ha«, earn pMxl ^des, mti gradMte m toe. Our reados pay 
^leciil tftottioa to evid«oe thtt shows wtet eadi iqiplicant can actually do: 
to smgto of writng, to scores on reattag tau mi mtth te«s, aid to the 
record of dassroom perfonnaiKe in the moat r^oioiB U^ M^ool o>urses. We 
de^M to admtt those whose rectads (orane pro^RSs, fndcs, raak-ia-dass, 
sUBdardiKd tetts, $dnoai recomneachtfioM, wiWag Hnqiies. atni^rricular 
MtMevtmaU) reaonbte those of ttudotti who teve ia recent years faikd to 
ram^e pro^aim of stody hwe, Wc offo'siMccs rcBumn« on Aprfl I (after 
we haw served >^f^aiBii who were ^aHfied m the iwbKdied deatime of 
Fdirwuy 1) to the stro^eat mm-Vlrftains wto anjfy. 

UmaUy, idxwt two4hir& of the >rirginians who ^^y qualify, and we have 
qjace reaadnini for about one-fifth of the mm-Vir^ntens. This year, more 
ViniBHUtt ^ahfied; ac(»rdii«ly, we Iwve offaed to woie 4)0 fewa non- 
VirgUKis than last year . Tte daas of 1984 «ria «toaw 7 1 % of hs niembCTs from 
VirfUa. Thtt pCTcenta^ b 1^ froa ^Mb fonr OT five years afo. 

Diff sdcisknayMni worb wdl. Fewer tbra 14b of opr fhit-year staidents 
flunk out; fewn than 3% flunk <M owr tiie coiffie of fmir yors. We gndutte 
betwvea 80% ud 92% of the ttudents who enroU here, varyii^ by i^-c^nuns. 
Since aboitf oneHhird of the ttudotts who e^ coU^ natu>naUy imw leave 
because of ac^kmic pnriilans and since (ema tl^ 40% nationally evo 
iraduate from collie, we fed thtt oat recmd is a s<Hiad one. Beaaat we 
infold to admit stiulents who wQI soooeed here, we conduct annual studies that 
form the ba^fw our admissions p(Acy. « 

As to your dahn that the UoivCTsity is a "cu^ikm cdl^fi" I can say cmty 
that the facts bdie the ctaim. The one-in-five who gain admisaoa from outside 
Virginia has (on the avmice) class rank, testing, and oiba qualifications that 
would qualify him or her for admission to any ctrfl^e or university m the 
country. 

In tk, some SOOO of the non-Vii^tnitttt wh(»i we turned dom Au year 
would haw quidifled had they been Vir;^aiain. Yra invite ^wr readers to 
"talk to giddanoe comisdeatt the^tien's better h^ and prq> sdiods" in 
order to ^^date yoiv (tehm. I tave. and I find none i^w agrees with ymi. If 
you wish to identify either the coiradors or the sdiooU to vtikh ymi refer, 
ymir readers and 1 wouM indeed like to talk totton. 

Errors of fad: "Vir^aia's ta:qiayers" cb not pay the Praidatt of die 
University "ineMessofno,OOOayear."Ourfootb8lltea» lost U} no Virgil 
tettn tUs year; nor did iaai's badccthd. Ia footbafl, the t979aeoiiBt racwd 
tras U. Va. 139. ia-sttte <9poaeats 27. Ow reooid inidl 90ftta|^ut fai'itate 
teams has beea fcvotaMe for a decade or BO. Aad oar team tedBdci tt kHt as 
maqr ^^^iaas n non-Vh]^uaas m every aport ttat I fellow. I hme Mt taied 
te coaat the m»ber of ^^giitfatts who aoeq>ted OIA's ia footbaB this year. 
To my ^ad, thtt flgme meaas tttk or nodia«. Not aD i^etes phgr for 
Bwaey. i^aple aoa^en trf Vkgakm piqr fooAaO here wtthmtt tahofawri4> 

Ptaaiy. ah)^ with a ioc of aSta V^^mi. I n^ed your aolioa thtt a 
uaiversity ought to ^aore academe staateib »d coBoettMe raiiy on 
footbdl. Jeffnaon fomded ttw Univaafty because he mmted Viivnia to 
dewkq) strmg puMc schools aad to enjoy «rong kadmhip. We like aad 
btend to win in xpotu. \m i^o believe in gr«iuating arable mea aad 
wwnen. We haw no apok^ ftx attrai^iiig Virginia's ableA yoing people. 
Nor do we apok^iae for our graduttes who serve the Commonwealth ia every 
corner, from ks Governor's Mbrarioe to ks Oenoal Assoni^ to its hospitals, 
schools, law offices, piaaa of biwiwss, and so os. E^xOewx ccnnes at the 
expose of hard work, We tUnk that what we ask of students is good for 
Virgwia Mid fw the hatkm. 

Jt^T.CaMeani 

Dean of Admissions 

Uiuvernty of Virghua 



Casteen Letter Raises More Questions 



Mr. Casteen's understanding of what he re«b is 
a^ faulty as his admissions policy. 

Attack UVA? Never. 

What we don't like is Mr. Casteen's admisskms 
polky which deprives entry to qualified Virginia 
residents and at the same time redwxs UVA to a 
convenient second choice for out-of-state studenu 
predominantly from the northeast. 

Casteen defends his policy by daimint that the 
"onc-in-Hve who gain admission from outside 
Virginia has (on (he average) cla^rank, testing, and 
other qualincations that woukl qualify him or her 
for admission to ANY college or university in the 
country." 

To tdl the public that the averi«e non-resident' 
UVA $tu<tent is also just as quaUfi^ to attend 
Harvard, Vassar and many oil^r schools is an 
outright diMortion and Mr. Casteen knows it. 

Mr. Casteen admits that UVA allowed only 60% 
of its student body to be Virginia residents "four or 
five years ago." The dean claims 71% of the 
members of UVA's class of 1984 will be in-state 
students. 

Mr. Casteen wouM have us believe thai qualified 
Virginia residents should now te appreciative that 
he is allowing more of them to attend tlmr oma state 
university. 
Nonsense. 

A random sampling of st rong state uni VCTsities in 
evCTy part of the nation shows how far behind 
UVA's in-stale admissions policies r«Uly are. 

Take a look at the percentage of in-state students 
MteB<H^ mWet well known state institutions: 
University of Mkrhigan, «^: Rulers (State 
University of New Jeriey), 91^; University of 
California, 90*»; University of Texas, M%; 
University of Illinois, 90%; University of 
Massachusetts, 95**: University of North 
Carolina. 86%. And these are schools which have 
achieved nauonal ;<idnding for acadmic eveUeKc. 

AwJ inckkntally, Mr. Casteen. since you are a 



sports oithiuast, it should be pointed out that, in 
many cases these schools' athletic programs have 
brought pride and a sense of accomplishmoit to 
their student bodies and the state taxpayers who are 
paying the bills. 

Under what Mr. Casteen refen to as "errors of 
fact", he says "Virginia's taxpayers do not pay the 
{N^eident of the university in exc«s of S80,000 a 
year," Of course, the editorial (reprinted fdiove) 
didn't say that at all. Salary wasn't mentioned. It 
says "compensation" and we didn't mentk>a 
names. But since Mr. Casteen brought it up. we 
will. 

It is a matter of public record that UVA president 
Frank HerefCH-d earns a fa«se salary of $63,600 and 
r«:etves a house and Mher perks that make his 
annual compensation well above S80.000. 
President Hereford will deserve all thai and more if 
he corrects Mr. Casie«)'s admissions policies. John 
Ihdton's salary as governor of Virginia is only 
$60,000. But if he can assist Hereford in his task, 
the governor will be due a healthy salary hike toe. 

Mr. Casteen's assertion that, "Our team iadades 
at least as numy Virginians as non-Virgimaas in 
every sport 1 ^^>w" is another outright distortmn 
ofttefKts. 

jto»dH« to UVA sea^m n»tas' for the pK» five 
ynn, the i^^nt and non-iesidem composittoR of 
the varsity football team breaks down this way: 

1 979 - total n«er 74; Virpaians 26. 

l978-t(Mjrin»sier88; Virpnians28. 

1977 - t(Hal roster 97; Virginians 34. 

1976-io(a]ro$ter70:Virgpians28. 

1975 - total rotter 69; Virginiam 24. 

.Mr. CaMeM's closing paragraph b aiK>tlwr i^^t 
into fantasy. 

In «, l» Mvs, "I reject your notion that a 
university ought to if mveac^onic standards a»l 
coKxntrate^y on football." 
No. Mr. C^ieen, what vt »ject is your notioa 



that UVA should be paying hard-earned taxpayer 
dollars to a dean of admbsioiu who "lewls" thinp 
that aren't written and demonstrates so little 
lUKterstanding of what is. 

Academics should be the focus of every 
university with sports a secondary consideration. 

Iiutead of giving all those lush full scholarships 
to out-of-state athletes who so often have provoi to 
be neither academically nor athletically 
outstamting, we'd much prefer to see them go to 
^nuindy talented Virginia scholars and athletes. 

In its promotional literature UVA says 
"apprmimatdy two-thirds" of iU 16.300 ^udoit 
body are Virginia reatknts. If UVA were operated 
like New Jersey's state univo-sity, for instance, it 
woaMhave«K^ier3,(XI0iB-state$tu<tents. 
-Mr. Casteen, your misleading statonents show 
the depth of UVA's admi»ions policy mess. 
Virginians are proud, very capable people. All 
UVA nnds is an admission dnin and admisskms 
policy that will encoun^, rather than discourage, 
Virginians to attend their state university . 

No, Mr. Casteen, we reject the notion that in- 
state means second rirtcor that athfetlc inepuiess is 
proof of i^ademic excellence. 

Most sttte Ic^slatures prefer a hands-off policy 
inso far ^ possible where their educational 
imtitutions are concent. This is h^thy Md as it 
doiddbc. 

SM maay MMes have found ttat far too often, 
this hasn't worked. So they have cured misguided 
iMlmissions policies in their own state univ««ties by 
eMiAMdu^ fWDtas 1^ enou^ (<rfU» tS% or 
above) to iawn ttart qwdifi^ stMe residoits can't 
he kipt out of their own state schoob. 

Enough is enough. Thousands of Virginia 
residenu have already suffered. 

it is tittf iww fw Virginia legislators to step in 
1^ and i^oieiX qwdiried roidents from this kind of 
focriishiiess. 



Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday. July 23. 1^0 S 



Remember: Eat Slowly 

Beach residents advised 
to understand food, count 

ByCATETUTTLE 

Special to the Sun 

Counting calories and understanding proper food 
combinations are only part of the challenge in the game 
called dieting. Since food is such a great seductress, 
knowing a little psychology is vital for those who would 
outwit her. Here are a few examples. 

The best weapon? 

The best weapon in your psychological arsenal is the 
habit of eating slowly. 

Belting down mouthfuls of pudding while standing at 
the refrigerator means that you've gaining much 
pleasure. Instead, always take food away from the kit- 
chen and sit down in a relaxed, pleasant atmosphere. 
Savor each bite, chew it at least 35 times and youMl find 
it almost impossible to overeat. 

Eating slowly not only improves digestion but gives 
your stomach time to communicate that you're full. It 
takes about 20 minutes for the brain to get the message. 
In addition, you can use this time lag to your benefit by 
eating an appetite spoiler IS minutes before your regular 
meal. 

Half a cup of yougurt or a few tablespoons of bran in 
milk or juice, for example, does a very good job of 
filling space while adding few calories and it increases 
the efficiency of digestion. Finish it and then don't eat 
again until mealtime. It's much wiser to do this than to 
nibble while you cook. 

During meals, keep serving dishes off the table where 
they only cause temptation. Make yourself and the 
family go to the kitchen to scoop up seconds. It's also 
important to stop yourself from sitting down to dinner 
in a breathless rush. Let yourself completely relax by 
closing your eyes, and while blessing the food, remind 
yourself that you are not entering a race. 

My father, who used to manage a restaurant said, "I 
never eat, I dine." Indeed, food should always be eaten 
in quiet, lovely surroundings. 



Doa'teatonthenia. 



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Never eat on the run, while on the telephone, reading 
or watching TV. While you're absorbed in another ac- 
tivity, you can easily form an eating momentum that 
carries you along unconsciously until you've stuffed 
yourself without enjoying a bite. Inst^d, add to the 
sensual enjoyment of food -by listening to light classical 
music. 

After meals, brush your teeth as soon as possible. 
There's something about a fresh, clean mouth that 
niakes you not want to put any more food in it. 

Vitamins and minerals play a role in appetite, too. 
For example, if you b^in a vitamin program and find 
your appetite suddenly increasing, it could be the extra 
B-complex. You may have to cut back to reduce your 
craving. 

On the other hand, if you don't seem to enjoy your 
food no matter how much you eat, you might try the 
mineral zinc. Tests have shown that a great number of 
people of alt ages are zinc deficient which is important 
because it's greatly responsible for the acuteness of 
smell and taste. 

When your nerves communicate the full depth and 
range of various tastes, you feel satisfied with kss. 

Trywatorfint 

In additicHi, noct time you feel like a sn»:k, try c»e of 
the^ pick-me-ups first— a glass of water, a few deep 
breaths of fresh air, or a 10-minute nap. Som^tees 
when we feel stale and pale, we turn to food to iMighten 
us up when we really need somethug ^%. 

In the same category, ronraiba' tmtt if food b yovr 
only hixury, then yen can easfly ovsiki. Rich mmm 
tilt g^ieraUy thinn^- than the rest of tfie fcMde 
p(^yulati(m, partly becau% to tl^m all of life is a §om- 
met experience. 

You must aUow ytnir^f <Mm tmte. like buM^ 
teths, tri|» to the ttK^rm, pbiys or Adm ^^ «t te 
hairdr^^rs w g^tii^ a wwi^mr If food » At mtf 
thii^ you ^n sp<MbmmM^ ^^a^ <» wri^^m^tkHm- 



6 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday. July 23, 1980 



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Beach Rotary Club 
announces photo contest 

The Second Annual Exhibition of Hiotography, 
sponsored by the Virginia Beach Rotary Qub, will be 
held at Pembroke Mall, July 31 thrcxigh August 2. 
Twenty five to 30 state, and Tidewater phot(^raphers 
will compete for awards in coIch' and black and white 
photography. 

Best in Show will win $150. There is an additional two 
$100 prizes and four $50 prizes for the best 
photography in the exhibition. 

Ten percent of sales proceeds are dcmated to the 
Virginia Beach Rotary Foundation, a non-profit activity 
of the Qub which ccmtributes to the Beach ccxnmunity 
including charity and youth activities. 

The awards ceremcaiy will take place cm Saturday, 
August 2 in the center of Pembroke Mall. Work for sale 
will be (Ml exhibit frcxn 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. each day of the 
exhibit. 

John Fahey, chairman of the exhibit, expressed his 
excitement about some of the new photographers who 
will exhibit in Tidewater for the first time: **Somc who 
are in this exhibit for the first time will provide 
considerable competiticHi for past winners. Their wwk 
is excellent." 

Second annual exhibition oi photography, 1980 
Beach exhibitCM-s include: 

Susan Best; Jerry Gedd; J.William McBride; John J. 
Krueger; John A. Fahey, (two spaces); Barbara Belle; 
J6an R. Akers; Sandy Burlage; Michael A. Combs; and- 
J. Archie Johnson, U. 




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direction etfly in Ufe, aiul that the mllittfy was m need 
dfthem. 

"My fiather tdd me to decide early in ttle what I 
wanted to do," Ervin said, "and not to Sangiikh. 

"He advised me to get my educatMxu ttid then if I 
din't like wiiat I was <fofaig, I couM change. I coDsUer^ 
going into medical sdiool, but the Navy wanted aU tiM 
engineers tl^y couM get, and commissiooed me in my 
junior year as an ens^. 

"I accepted it, (^course, because nKist of my frieiuls 
and I, myself felt the world skuation at that tfam was 
unsteady. Soote peoi^ figured that we young guys 
would go into business for ourselves, or join the Army. 
Ihe h^nry snagged us before eidier happened. 

"After coUege I went into the Navy as an officer. I 
Uked this because I wasn't drafl^, and I got a higher 
pay scale than a tot of others." 

After 57 months in the Navy, Ervin was disdia^ed in 
1946 as a lieutenant. He remained in the active 
reserves, however, for seven years and finally res^ned 
in 1 952. By tins time, he was married to a Norfolk girl, 
PUttky, and had a fomily. 

**vmi the ranking status I had," Ervin said, "I was 

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Virginia Beach chapter 

Knights of Columbus 
announces new officers 

Father Nidiote J. Habeu. CouncU 4632 Knlgfctt ot Cohmibitt 
Vtrfiafai Beadi, hai aasounoed > reomtty^ ^M Join i^bini^ea cmn^ 
oi^oas wiUi tl^ Junior grinip offlco^, the CMumbitn S<pdret, Or- 
de 1651, tt The Kni^ti of Columbus Han. 233 First Colonial Road. 

Elected for the ooundl for 1910- 1981 are: 

C^and kni^t, ttUy O. Ti^ d^ity paiKl knl^t, Nwinan E. 
Kn«; ^liaaMcKt, H^ A. IVo^to; renmto. Harry M. l<4uaon; 
treasurer, Jaims J. Burke; ulvocate, John F. Gk^utas; wanlra. 
JanMS E. Morrisi^; ii^cte guard, JcMqih T. Miikr, Juidtv; «itside 
guards, Umis J. Mun^n Md D^too F. (^into; three ynv tmue, 
Lawroux E. W<rife; uid omiKll duqriain, FathCT Massey. 

Bected fm the squires fw IMO • IMl are: 

Chief squire, Jimmy BonsCT; deputy chief squire, Doug Fotey; 
uMffy ^tUre, Joe MilW; bniMr squire, John Lyle; marriiall squire, 
Hlly Lyie; sratry Kiuire, Vii^ C<to]brett; pole <M^n squire, Nick 
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/P55 XK 140 

British 
Jag at 
the Beach 



^ CWfiO CK>LDFARB, editor, 

Motorists jM^tti^ down Arctic Av^ue may 
get a gyni^ of a classic automoHle, if they 
look on the corner of 25th Street. 

Resting majesticidly in an open yard is a 
1955 iaguar XK 140. valued at $12,000. It's 
owner, four year Beach resident Lloyd Shoe- 
maker bought the vintage British Jag' in 
Detroit for $3,000 a month and a half ago, and 
drove it to the B«u:h. He is now in the process 
of rewiring, reupholstoing, and repainting the 
car. 



Piriiit It white 

"I plan to paint it white pearl," the 
Michigan native said, "and ^m it black and 
red. 

'*I also plan to rebuild the dash with Pine 
wood, and stain it cherry." 

Shoemaker, an electronics technician at 
Oceana, said the reason he is working so hard 
on the much admired car is simple. 

"I'm just like anyone else," he said. "I 
bought the car, and will fix it up because I love 

(See JAGUARS iMteS) 



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Jaguars 

are 

beautiful 

(Continued from page 7) 

Jaguars; they're beautiful." 



Don't mess up the windows 

Because of his love of the Jaguar's styling 
and grace, he said he will not have the car in- 
spected in Virginia. 

"I'm not going to stick a sticky inspection 
on this car," he said. "Michigan, where the 
car is registered, doesn't require inspections 
except when the car is sold, and this car won't 
be sold for a long long time. Afterall, it will 
take three to six months just to get the parts 
I've ordered." , 



g0j[!] Deadlines 

News deadline for the VIRGINIA BEACH 
SUN is 5 p.m. Friday for the fallowing 
Wednesday's edition. 

Articles must be legible, preferably 
typewritten, double-spaced on standard sized 
paper. 

Pictures must be sharp, clear and 
accompanied by complete information. (All 
persons in pictures must be identified.) 

There is no charge for news .articles or 
pictures. 

Pictures cannot be returned unless special 
arrangements are made. 



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IS COMING 

July 26-27 




An opera styled window in the back limits visibility, but enhances the looks. Note the original license plates. The 
Virginia plates are in the trunk. 




The engine is a six cylinder with dual overhead cams. 






Hampton CoMsoum 
Sat. 19 Noen-9 p^m. 
Sun. 19 Noen-6 p.m. 



Ervin a Naval lieutenant 



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iub^ct to recall to active duty. But by that time, I had 
married my wife Punky, and already started my own 
business and family.*' 

Met Us wife in *42 

Ervin met his wife in 1942 after being stationed, and 
studying for a short time at the California Institute of 
Tecluidogy, Pasadena. He was later tnmsferred to the 
Naval Air Station, Norfolk. Punky was already working 



for the civil service in Norfdk as a clerk in the assembly 
and repair department. 

"We dated eight months befcx-e marrying,'* he said 
fondly, "and for back then, that was pretty long." 

After beiftg married, the Ervin's lived in Norfdk for 
one year. Over the next few years, Ervin lived in 
Franklin, VA., and Manteo, ^C Eventually they 
moved back to Durham, where he taught engineering at 
Duke fts- a year as a "fill in teacher.'* 

"I might have continued teaching,'* he admitted, 
(See MOVED page 10) 



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An oyster ^eU provides the canvas for Rc^er's painting, "Ship in a Shell." 




Marty Rogers 

Artist 
paints on 
wood, shell 



A seven year Virginia Beach resident, and artist, Mar- 
tha Rogers said, "I love !»inting. It*s easy work and 
you don't have to work up a sweat." 

Rogers, who has been painting for the last 10 years, 
said her various ocMn related works are currently being 
sold in seven tourist shops in Virginia Beach; ranging in 
price from two to $30. 

Most of her paintings are acrylics on driftwood, or 
sheU. Although she earns an income from the arts, she is 
not an art show exhibitor. 



Virginia Beach artist Martha Refers holds a piece of 
wood with a battte scene i^inted on it. Sbt said she 
worked on the i»inting o^ and cm for two years. 



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help with family, drugs 

Dear LaVeme, 

I am a 19 year old minister's son. I have always been 
rebellious to my parents strict discipline. When I was 14, 
I started hanging around with the wrong crowd. One 
thing led to another and now I find myself heavy into 
drugs. Two months ago, my problem got so bad that I 
had to run away from home. I'm really ashamed that I 
have wasted my life. I know my parents are hear- 
tbroken. It seems as though I will never be able to get 
my life straightened out. 

Virginia Beach Runaway 

Dear Runaway, 

Your story reminds me of one that Jesus told in St. 
Luke 15:1 1-32. He told of a young man very much like 
yourself that felt like a prisoner in his own home. He 
decided to run away and do his own thing. But just as in 
your case, his wrongdoings Anally caught up with him. 
He would have been ruined if he had not changed the 
direction of his life. 

I'm sure your parents are concern^ of your 
whereabouts. Let me encourage you to call and let them 
know you are safe. You can call toll-free from anywhere 
in the U.S. through the Runaway Assistance Program. 
The number is 1400-621-4000. 

You also need to commit your life to Jesus, repent of 
your sins and accept Him as your saviour. The Devil has 
already twisted your mind with drup and he will use 
you and ultimately destroy your life uidess you make a 
coRunitment to the Lord. Make your (tedsion to follow 
Christ, thai write and share your decision with me. I 
want to send you a free book that will help you grow in 
the Lord. 

For a biblical answer to your problem, write: Lav^ae 
THpp - P.O. Box 721 , Spartanburg, S.C. 29304. 



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Robin Perkins to become 
a surgical assistant 



"I love dancing," said SUNshine girl, and 
Beach native, Robin Perkins. 

**I like disco the best because of the way 
people dress for it, and the moves and turns 
they make." 

Perkins, the 19 year old daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. David Perkins, is employed as a secretary 
at Norfolk General Hospital, and for a Nor- 
folk employment agency. 



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Lives in Kempsville 

She lives in the Kempsville section of 
Virginia Beach with her family, which includes 
sisters Joy, 13, a student at Kemps Landing 
Elementary School; and Julie, eight, a student 
at Woodstock Elementary School. Her father 
is a captain with the Norfolk Fire Department. 

A 1979 graduate of Kempsville High School, 
Perkins said she was active in the ski club, and 
the fashion merchandising club. 

Her hobbies include dancing, horseback 
riding, snow sking, swimming and tennis. 

Her favorite Beach nightclub is Rogues. 
Kenny Loggins, Fireball, and Donna Summers 
are her favorite musical artists. The Iron Gate 
is Perkin's favorite restaurant. 

A nurgical assistant 




Perkins looks like an actress while i^ing on the set of 
Virginia Beach Uttle Theatre's current production, 
"Anything Goes." 



Perkins hopes someday to be a high fashion 

model but has plans to attend Old Dominion *♦! hope TU always stay in the Virginia 

University this fall to study to become a Beach area," she said, 

surgical assistant. **i nke to be close to the beach, and enjoy 

She says she Ukes Virginia Beach, and the things going on around here " 

doesn't plan to stray away for long in the Perkins is 5' 2" tall and weighs 113 pounds. 

^^^^^^' She has hazel eyes and light brown hair. 



Moved to Beach in 1957 



Robin Potins, taking a cool pause under the hot sun. 



(C<Mtuiued frcMn pife 8) 

"but I would have neected my master's degree, or a 
doctorate. I coukln't afford it w^ a wife and children to 
support." 

Mof¥ed to Beach in 1957 

Before moving to the Beach in 1957, Ervin worked for 
a contractor in Durham for two years, and was given a 
promotion, but quit over a salary disagreement. 

In 1947 he started working for a private contractor in 



No-folk, but found the dty limited in ei^ineering 
opportunities. It wasn't until 1953 tiiat Ervin finally, 
opened his first business in Norfolk on 42nd Street, 
near (M Dominion University. 

"We had a couple <rf good years tiiere." Ervin said, 
"but we also had a couple of bad ones. I eventually sold 
out and moved our offices to Uie Beadi in 1^7. Our 
first Beach location was near C3iinese Comer. In 1959 1 
moved Uie c^ce to its current to^ition on Laskin Road. 

"Vu^ginia Beach crffered me the type of work I 
(See ERVIN pi^ 11) 



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Ervin and family 
live on 77th Street 

(Centiiiued fironi puft 1(9 

wanted, which included a lot of government industry. 
Hie rest is history. 

Iliree children 



Ervin and his wife have three children: Reid H., 36, a 
Norfolk attorney; Stephen C, 32, a project manager 
and estimator employed with his fother; and IMane 
Sumerlin, 28, married to Chris Sumerlin, a restaurant 
manager m Norfdk. 



''If we fail to plan properly, 
the rate of local growth may 
outstrip the availability of cen- 
tral services ' '—Ervin 



In Ervin's spare time he enjoys tinkering." 

"I work a lot with woodwork and metals ," Ervin said, 

"I guess you could caU me a tinkerer. 
"I play tennis and gdf, but I also make picture 

frames, small funuture, and I do all my own home 

repairs, including electrical work, such as rewiring old 

lamps." 

Beach has shortcomings 

Ervin said >%ginia Beach offers its residents much, 
but it also has its shortcomings. 

(See ERVIN page 14) 



She sold 
her boat 
in one try 

"My classified ad ap- 
peared just one time in 
The Virginia Beach 
Sun," said satisfied 
classified ad customer 
Mrs. Stephen Lantz, 
5382 Sir Barton Drive, 
"and the next day a man 
called, who bought our 
Aristocraft powerboat 
that weekend. 

"When I want to sell 
tonething, or am 
looUi« to Ny, m Mre 
rfBCBiber that adver- 
^ag In The Ylriiiria 
Beach San really 
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Virginia Beach Sun, caU 
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travelcn from across tN aatioa flock to Vtrgiaia 
Beach aanaally. Some for tlw warm sua; some for Ihe 
cool surf, some for botk. 

But whatever the reason for visiting the Beach, there 
is one thing everyone wants to know after they get here: 
Where to go After The Sun Goes Down... 



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3108 Pacific Avenue 



July 21-28: Harvest 
August 3: Chawr 
August 4-10: Ready Mix 
August 11-18: Songbird 
August 19-3 1 : Fat Amnions 



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July 23-27: Cripple Creek 

July 28-29: Grassroots 

July 30- August 3 : Seabird 

August 4-5: The Nerve 

August 6-20: East Coast 

Aueust 11-16: Tricks 

August 17-22: Eddie Shaw and the Wolfgang 

August 23-24: James Cotton 

August 25: Cabin Fever 



July 23-26: Paul Rem 
July 27-28: Page Wilson 
July 29 and 30: Joel Nelson 
July 3 1 -August 3 : Cimarron 
August 4 and 5: Joel Fntterman 
August 6 and 7: Steve and Dave 
August 8-10: Mason Roller Line 
August 1 1 : Gary ZagamI 
August 12 and 13: Joel Nebon 
August 14: Joe Bond 
August 15-17: Lewis Gehee 
August 18 and 19: Mountain John 
August 22-24: Tri Qty Rollers 
August 26: Joe Bona 
August 29-September 1 : Cimarron 
September 5: Steve Pagae 



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July 16-20: Eaat Coast 
July 22-27: BaMt 
July 28-29: Starcraae 
July 30-August 2: Rave 
August 3-5: Vlii^nia Fire Band 
August 26-31: Bablt 
September 3-6: Rave 







1709 Pacific Avenue 



July 23-27: Soper Grit 

July28and29:Allstare 

July 30-August 3: Snuff 

August 4 and 5: States 

August 6-7: Skip Castro 

August 8 and 9: Brice Street Baad 

August 13 and 14: Home Grown Vlgiiaate 

August 15-17: Cripple Creek 

Sugust 18 and 19: Street TaUc 

August 20-24: Saper Grit Cowboy Band 

August 27-September 9: Snuff 

September 10-14: BoothHI Express 

August 1 1 and 12: Rave 

August 25: Good Haraor 
August 26: Snuff/Street Talk 



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July 15-20: Hot Cakci 
July 22-27: Soi«bfard 
July 29- August 3: Stidrcase 
August 3: RobMtt TkompsoB/Statei 
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August 12-17: Danie 
August 19-24: Hot Cakcf 
August 26-30: Stidrease 
August 31 : Robbia Theaqison 



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July 23-27: Ready Mil 
July 30-August 2: Hot Cakei 
August 6-10: Hot Cakes 
August 13-16: Voltaie Brothers 
August 20-23: KU ShaleM 
August 27-30: HetCakee 
September 3-6: Hot Cak« 
Se^embCT 10-13: Saadcaitie 
S^tember 24-27: Vottage Brothen 
October 1-4: KM Shatae 



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July 21-27: Herb Reed aad the Ptetten 

July 28-August 3: The Sounds of the Driften 

August 4-17: Sonny Tamer 

August 18-31: San Viae 

September 1-7: The Sounds of the Drtften 



^uly 23-27: Stevea Pagne with Wla^ Heart Bead 
J^^»:Uwii Gehee 
Ji^ K)-31 : Jmob and the leto 



15th & Atlantic Avenue 



Peppermint continued on next column 



After The Sun Goes Down continues on the next page 



Vir^irit Beich Sun. Wedimday, July 23. 1980 13 



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Backdoor Pvb, 1284 Lasldn Road: The »tedlMttcr, 

Tuesdays through Sundays, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. 



Gangplailk II, 1284 Laskin Road: DebMc Folcher. 

Wednesdays through Sundays, 8:30 -.m. to 1 :30 a.m. 



Howard Johnson's, 39th and Atlantic Avenue. 
The McCSond Band" appearing nightly. 



**' 



Hunt Roonr,original Cavalier Hotel, 42nd Street; big 
band sounds of Toouny Gwaltney, Fridays and Satur- 
days, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. 



Orion's Roof, 42nd Street, top of new Cavalier 
Hotel; big band sounds of Al DeHanis, Tuesdays 
through Sundays from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Mondays: 

"Cufr 



Round Room, Saturday nights: BUly Morris and Or- 
chestra, 8:30 p.m. to Sunday, Tuesday, and Fridays, 
"Oldies but Goodies." 



Sun MInl-Reviewi 

Sam Vino 

at Sir Richard's 



Sam Vine, billed as the world's funniest hyp- 
notist, had the audience in stitches recently, while 
performii^ at SSr Rkhard's Rib House. 

Inviting memben from the standing room only 
audience. Vine uses auto-suggestion to make men 
and woflMn laugh hysterically, cry like babies, 
dance and yodd like th^ knew iHiat they were 
dohig. 

Oiw of the big hits of the night occured whoi 

Vine toM two male members of the hypnotic 

groiq^ they woe strippov, and invited the two men 

to compete. A tall man, the fint to perfnm, 

teased Uie audio^e with bumps and grinds until 
he had them screaming for more. The second male 

dai^er, hard put to out do the first, roorted to 
baring his ^i^t and throwing his shirt into the 
audience, and they loved it. 

Sir Ridiard's was a circus last weekend, thanks 
to Sam Vine. 




Cripple Creek, appearing this week at the Cave. 



CLASSIFIED ADS? CALL 486-3430 



For Virginia Beach shutterbugs 

Photography contest set 



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After The Sun Goes Down is presented free 
of charge by The Virginia Beach Sun 
newsp^fer as a public service to its readers. To 
include your bar or n^htclub f^turing Uve en- 
tertainment in After The Sun Goes Down, 
send information to The Virginia Beach Sun, 
138 Rosemont Road, 2345 L 



Amateur photographers throughout Virginia Beach 
are invited to submit their photographic work in the 3rd 
Annual Viripnia Beach Recreation Center Photographic 
Show. The show will be echibited in the theatre lobby of 
the Virginia Beach Recreation Center in Kempsville, 
September 14 through 28. 

Deadline for entry is August 31. Photographs will be 
accq)t^ at the adult so^ca office of the Virginia 
Beach R^areation Center/Konps^Ue, SOO Mommmth 
Lane, betweoi the hours of 9 a.m. and 10 p.m. 

Each photographer may enter a total of five 
phc^opmphs either black and white or color, or a com-, 
bination of both. A total of five color or black and 
white transparencks may be entered in addition to 



already submitted photographic prints. 

In a change from previous years, all photographs will 
be judged in an open catqjory instead of specific subject 
arois. A total of 50 photographs will be setected and 
displayed for the two- week period. Twenty transparen- 
cies will be displayed at the opening of the show. 

This is an amateur show, photc^aphors recdving 
ova* $200 p& year in sales frtnn their work are not 
diglMe. Photo^aphs previously submitted for the 
Recreation Center Photography Show are not eli^ble 
for re-entry. Phott^^phs should be matted and no 
larger than 16" X 20". 

For further information, cmitact eith^ Adult Sa- 
vices at 499-1281 or Debbie Devine at 467-4884. 



14 Virgimt B«ach Sun. Wednesday, July 23. 1980 




Ervin says revamp Dome 



rtlANDX 
CLASSIFIED-i 

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for 20 words in each issue of tlie 
Virginia Beacii Sun. 

Something you need, or Want to sell? 
A SUN classified ad is the best way to 
reach the most people in the region, 
and at the lowest cost. Just clip, fill 
out and mail this handy form. 

Mail to: Sun Classifieds 
138 Rosemont Road 

Va.23451 



{tontmwA from page 1 1) 

"Virginia Beach offers a high quality of life for its 
residents," he said, 'including educational and 
professional opportunities. 

"We have a good climate, and a young, affluent 
society. 

"But there are a lot of day to day decisions that are 
very important to the future of Virginia Beach; many 
decisions affecting the environment. 

"If we fail to plan properly, the rate of local growth 
may outstrip the availability of central services. We 
must make good use of our available funds to reduce 
excessive and rapid growth rates. 

"Measures have been taken, such as the advent of 
the new arts and ccxiference center, to insure the 
economic success of Virginia Beach, although I think it 
was built too fas from the Beach. We need more. Such 
as multi-level parking garages. 

"I suggest we sell the Mrginia Beach Dome, on 



flSH 



'7 suggest we sell the Virginia 
Beach Dome, on Pacific 
Avenue, and revamp the land 
for parking ' *— Ervin 



Pacific Avenue, and revamp the land for parking. The 
price of aluminum now is high; the facility is very 
energy inefficent; and it was built only as an 
experiment by an aluminum company. 

"All I'm really after is what is in the best interest erf 
Vu^ginia Beach. And if we don't keep dragging our feet, 
it may be too late." ' 

I reiterate: Reid Ervin is a constant man. 



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For in this world of trouble 

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Everybody needs a friend in whom they're free to 

share the little secret heartaches that lay heavy 

on their mind. 

Hon just a mere acquaintance 

but someone who's "JUST OUR KIND"- 

" ~ For , somehow, in thcgenerous heart 

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The good God in His charity and wisdom always sends 
Asense of understanding and the power of perception 
And mixes these fine qualities with kindness and 
affection. 

So when we need some sympathy or a friendly hand to 
touch 

Or an ear that listens tenderly 

and speaks wo-ds that mean so much. 

We seek our true and trusted friend 

in the knowledge that we'll find 

A heart that's sympathetic and an understanding 

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VirgiiiM Beach Sun, Weanociay. July 23. 1980 13 



Beacher enters nationals 

King wins $3,200 



By Walker Amlersoo 

SpecteltotbeSun 

Gary King, North Caro- 
lina State University stu- 
dent and son of Virginia 
Beach residents Mr. and 
Mrs. Gary A. King, 1473 
Lynnville Crescent, recen- 
tly entered three major 
national design contests 
over the past year, and 
w(xi them all. 

King who gradua ted 
from NCSU in May, has 
cdlected $3,200 in awards 
money in the contests, 
and Is currently working 
with a team on a lAii- 
versity building design 
project. 

Hie 1980 graduate, who 
started his own business, 
King Design, in Raleigh, 
is hoping to settle in the 
Virginia Beach-Nor folk 
area. 

Hie first contest King 
entered was sponsored by 
the Associated Student 
Chapters of the American 
Institute of Architecture 
and the National bistitute 
of Architectural Ed u c a" 
ticm. 

Mobility empiiasiied 

The subject of the stu- 



dent competition was in- 
flatable architecture, and 
King and his partner, 
NCSU design student Jim 
Sherrer, designed an in- 
flatable city. The move- 
able city was designed to 
accompany a cross-coun- 
try hot air balloon race, 
and could be inflated at 
each night's stop ping 
place. 

King and Sherrer took 
the flrst prize of $1,000 
out of a fleld of entries 
from all over the U.S. 

In a second contest. 
King and his fellow-con- 
testants were asked to 
design a branch bank fa* a 
20 - year - old shopping 
strip. The bank was to 
give the firm a "new 
image," and the architec- 
tural theme was to be 
carried out throughout the 
strip, rejuvenating the 
area. 

King designed the bank 
in the eclectric style, 
adapting a classical "bank 
k)ok" to a modem brown 
brick and copper roofed 
building. The interior of 
the bank was done in 
mcmey-green and white 
checker-board patt e r n s 
In addition to the specifi- 




King 

cations and complete in- 
terior plans f(»- the build- 
ing, King took the design 
one step further. 

"Tbe contest said to 
create a whole new image 
for the bank, so I made 
the green and white 
checkerboard, they would 
think of that bank." 

King designed a logo, 
letterhead, brochures, 
and a promoticmal T-shirt 
for the imaginary corn- 
pan^, and demonstrated 
how the brown brick and 
copper roofing could be 
extended to the entire 
shopping mall. 

For this project King 
won a $1,000 first place 
award. He called the con- 
(See KINO page 23) 




NOTICE TO THE PUBUC OF^ 1980 FUEL FAaOR 
PROCEEDINGS FOR VIRGINIA ^ELEaRIC AND POWER 

COMPi 

No. 

Company has not filed an ap- 
plication to change Its fuel factor 
for the remainder of 1980. Such 
application will be filed, if at all, 
on or before August 15, 1980. 
Public notice of any proceedings 
pertaining to a change in Com- 
pany's fuel factor will be given 
subsequent to the filing of such 
appf leaf Ion. 

All written comments to the. 
Commission concerning this mat- 
ter should be addressed to: 

Wifllam C. Young, Clerk 
sec Document Control Center 
P.O. Box 2118 
Richmond, Virginia 232 1 6 

VKGINtA ELECTRIC AND POWER 
COMPANY 

By order of: 

The Virginia State Corporetlon 
CommissMn 



TAKE NOTICE that, pursuant to 
Virginia Code §56-249.6, the 
State Corporation Commission has 
established Case No. PUE800067 
to Investigate the reasonableness 
of fuel expenses and the 1980 
fuel factor for Virginia Electric and 
Power Company ("Company"). 

On or before August 15, 1980, 
copies of Company's fuel expense 
report for the quarter and six 
month period ending June 30, 
1980, wilt be available for public 
Inspection during regular busi- 
ness hours at the SCC Document 
Control Center, Floor Bl, Blanton 
Building, Bank and Governor 
Streets, Richmond, Virginia and at 
Company offices where bllU may 
be paid. 

Any Interested person may file 
written comments on the informa- 
tion filed by Company by sending 
such comments to the Clerk of the 
Commission at the address Indi- 
cated below, on or before Sep- 
tember 5, 1980. 



July 1980 



2t7/23 VB 




© Henri Cartier-Bresson 



Aquila Degli Abiruzzi, Italy, 1952 



Museum 

features 

Bresson 



The Virginia Museum's exhibition of photographs by Henri Car- 
tier-.Brcsson, the master of the "decisive moment," is proving to be 
one of the most popular of the summer season. 

Cartier-Bresson himself selected the 156 black and white prints for 
the exhibition, representing his 50-year career as an artist. Now 72, 
Cartier-Bresson began taking pictures with one of the first 3S-mm 
cameras, a Leica, in 1 93 1 . 

His style, he says, is marked by "the simuhaneous recognition, in a 
fraction of a second, of the signiflcance of the event as well as of a 
IHtdse organization of forms which give the event its prtipa ex- 
pression." The exhibition, funded in part by American Express, con- 
tinues at the Virginia Museum through August IT). 



Beach resident 



Jack Kerr appointed 
to state accounting board 



Wginia Beach resident 
"Jack" Kerr, Jr., CPA. a 
partner with the regional 
accounting firm of Good- 
man and Company, has 
been appointed by Gov- 
ernor John Dalton to serve 
on the Virginia St a t e 
Board of i^^eoimtaiicy. 



The State Board regul- 
ates the practice of public 
a(x:ounting in the State of 
Virginia and the appoint- 
ment term is for a five 
year period. 

Kerr is currently the 
only Tidewater CPA serv- 
ing <3n the &ate Be»d. 




Keii 



16 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, July 23, 1980 



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NOTICE OF PUBuc Bearing 

The Virginia Beach Board of 2^ing Appeals will 
conduct a Public Hearing on Wednesday, Ai^ust 6, 
1980, at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Oiambers, 
Administration Building, Municipal Center, Wginia 
Beach, Virginia. The staff briefing will be at 7:00 p.m. 
in the Qty Manager's Conference Room. The f<^owing 
applications will appear on the agenda. 
REGULAR AGENDA: 

1 . John W. Landrum, Jr. requests a variance to allow 
parking of major recreational equipment in front of a 
building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 4, Block A, 
Section 6, Fairfield, 5237 Pleasant Hall Street. 

^ Kempsville Borough. 

2. Jeffrey A. Snyder requests a variance to allow 
parking of major,recreational equipment in front of a 
building instead of behind the nearest potion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 35, Part 4, 
Section C-1, Indian Lakes, 4900 Aquarius Court. 
Kempsville Borough. 

3. Larry W. Gears requests a variance to allow parking 
a major recreational equipment in front of a building 
instead of behind the nearest potion of a building 
adjacent to a public street on Lot 13, Block C-C, Section 

4. Aragona Village, 640 Tyson Road. Bayside Borough. 

4. Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Krehely request a variance 
to allow parking of major recreational equipment in 
front of a building instead of behind the nearest portion 
of a building adjacent to a public street on LoC S, Block 
G, Section 1, Part 2, Stratford Chase, 5216 Foxboro 
Landing. Kempsville Borough. 

5. Harold G. Cody requests a variance of 3 feet to a 7 
foot side yard setback (north side) and of 2 feet to an 8 
foot rear yard setback instead of 10 feet each as 
required (swimming pdol) on Lot 71 , Block H, Section 2, 
Laurel Owe, 130! Whisper Drive. Lynnhaven Borough. 

6. Roddfo M. Medina requests a variance of 2 feet in 
fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required side yard adjacent to a street 
(Green Meadows Drive) on Lot 13, Block A, Section 
1-A, Larkspur Greens, 4424 Lark Lake Court. Kemps- 
ville Borough. 

7. McDonald's Corporation requests a variance of 2 feet 
in fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence 
as allowed in a required front yard setback on a Parcel, 
Subdivision No. 1 of Property erf John W. Smith, et al, 
Amphibious Manor, 5151 Shore Drive. Bayside 
Borough. 

8. Frederick W. Rudiger requests a variance <rf 10 feet 
to a 20 foot front yard setback (Alpine Drive) instead dP 
30 feet as required (swimming pod) on Lot 19, Broad 
Bay Colony, 2600 Broad Bay Road. I^nhaven 
Borough. 

9. Clinton Bradshaw requests a variance of 1 foot to a 14 
foot side yard setback (north side) instead of 15 feet as 
required and of 1 foot to a 49 foot front yard setback 
instead of 50 feet as required on Lot 33, J. C. Hudgins 
Shores, Cheswick Arch. Lynnhaven Borough. 

10. Jerome Vincent requests a variance of 36 square 
feet of sign area to % square feet of sign area instead oi 
60 square feet of sign area as allowed and to allow a 
tenant to advertise on the center identification sign 
where prohibited on Lots A, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6, Plat of 

Hjreenlawn Cemetery, 5116 Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
Bayside Borough. 

11. Richard M. and Betty S. Ellison request a variance 
of 3.1 feet to a 4.9 foot side yard setback (north side) 
and of 3 feet to a 5 foot side yard setback (south side) 
insteadpf 8 feet each as required (screened in porch) on 
Lot 4, Block 20, Section D, Cape Henry, 7804 Atlantic 
Avenue. Lynnhaven Borough. 

12. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Johnson request a variance of 5 
feet to a 5 foot rear yard setback instead of 10 feet as 
required (addition to house) on Lot 12, Block 4, Section 
2, Pocahontas V^illage, 4908 Narragansett Court. 
Kempsville Borough. 

13. W. W. McClannan requests a variance of 5 feet to a 
15 foot front yard setback and of 12 feet to an 8 foot rear 
yard setback instead of 20 feet each as required and of 2 
feet to an 8 foot side yard setback instead of 10 feet as 
required on LoC N, Seapines Road, Linkhcxn Park. 
Virginia Beach Borough. 

14. Joseph J. and Lorraine Gurney request a variance of 
39 feet to an 1 1 foot fi-ont yard setback instead of 50 feet 
as requked and of 5 feet to a 15 foot rear yard setback 
insteiid of 20 feet as required and to allow an accessory 



use (boathouse) where prohibited without a principal 
use on Sites C-1 and C-2, Subdivision of Horace A. 
Qstola and Carmila M. Qstola. Little Neck Area, 3850 
Little Neck Point Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

15. William F. Walsh requests a variance <rf2 feet in 
fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required side yard adjacent to a street 
(NOTthgate Drive) on Lot 1, Blopk 2. Section 14, 
Princess Anne Plaza, 3268 Jteer Park Dnvt. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

16. John H. aiui Qara S. Taylor request a variance of 18 
feet to a 12 foot firrait yard setback mstead of 30 feet as 
required (carport) on Lot 8., Block AA, Section 3, 
Aragona Village, 533 Cimningham Lane. Bayside 
Borough. 

17. B, S and W Realty Co. requests a variance of 3.34 
percent of lot coverage to 33.34 percent of lot coverage 
instead of 30 percent of lot coverage as allowed and to 
allow parking in the required setback fi-om the street 
where prohibited and to allow vehicle manuevering 
directly incidental to entering or leaving a parking 
space on a public street where prohibited on Lot 19, 
Block 107, Unkhom Park, 318 34th Street. Virginia 
Beach Borough. 

18. Andrew Mooney, Jr. requests a variance of 2 feet in 
fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required side yard adjacent to a street 
(Ashton Drive) on Lot 14, Block A, Section 1, Part 1, 
Brigadoon Pines, 5444 Stewart Drive. Kempsville 
Borough. 

19. Pete M. Hayes requests a variance of 3 feet to a 7 
foot side yard setback (west property line) instead of 10 
feet as required on Lot 7, Block 20, Shadowlawn 
Heights, Winston Salem Avenue. Virginia Be«* 
Borough. 

20. Justo Finoncs Manglicmot requests a variance of 
1.2 feet to an 8.8 foot side yard setback instead of 10 
feet as required (east side • addition to house) on Lot 
10, Block E, Section 3, CoUege Park, 1328 Drcxel 
Grde. Kempsville Borough. 

21. Ralph L. BUger requests a variance of 5 feet to a S 
foot rear yard setback instead of 10 feet as required 
(accessory building) on Lot 9, Block 6, Pocahontas 
Vdlage, 4908 Conestoga Road. KempsvUle Borough. 
ALL APPUCANTS MIBT APTOAR BEFORE THE 
BOARD. 

W. L Towers 
Secretary 
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PUBLIC NOTICE 
Notice is hereby given that the Virginia Beach aty 
Council, at its Regular meeting, Monday, August 11. 
1980, by remand of a Circuit Court Order, will recon- 
sider: 

An Ordinance upon Application of SOLAR WASH, 
INC. for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for a self- 
service car wash on certain property located on the West 
side of Pleasure House Road beginning at a point 800 
feet South of Shore Drive, running a distance of 1 10 feet 
along the West side of Shore Drive, running a distance 
of 207.5 feet along the Southern property line, running 
a distance of 1 14.7 fe« along the Western pr<^jerty line 
and running a distance of 240 feet along the Northern 
property line. Said parcel contains .334 acre. BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 
2t7/30 VB 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
An Ordinance to amend Section U-tof the Code of the 
City of Virginia Beach, Virginia to establish new voting 
places within the Capps Shop and Woodstock ff «5»nf ; 
Be it ordained by the Council of the Qty of Virginia 

Beach, Virginia: - ' ^ .,. , ,,• „u 

That Section 13-1 of the Code of the City of VirgiiUa 
Beach is amended and reordained to read as follows: 

There are hereby esUblished in <he City of Virgima 
Beach the following dection districts and their respec- 
tive voting places, as set forth below: 

ELECTION DISTRICT VOTING PLACES 



Little Neck 
London Bridge 
Trantwood 
Great Neck 
Cape Henry 

Plaza 
Windsor Woods 

Malibu 
Aragona - A 

Aragona - B 
Chesapeake Beach 

Thoroughgood 

Shelton Park 

Bayside 
Davis Corner 

Kempsville 

Arrowhead 
Larkspur 

Woodstock 

Kemps Landing 
Kempsville High 

Thalia 

Mount Trashmore 
Courthouse- A 
Courthouse - B 

Brocks Brklge 
Sgma 

Creeds 

CqspsShop 



filpkwater 

CemialAbseitee Voter 
Electk>n District 
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235 First Colonial Road 
Kingston Elementary School 
London Bridge Baptist Church 
Trantwood Elementary School 
John B. Dey Elementary Sdiool 
Research and finUghtenment 

Building 

Lynnhaven Elementary School 

Windsor Woods ElCTientary 

School 

Malibu Elementary School 

Old Donation Elementary 

School 

Aragona Elementary School 
Chesapeake Beach Volunteer 
Fire Department 
Thoroughgood Elementary 

School 

Shelton Park Elementary 

School 

Bayside Elementary School 

Bettie F. WiUiams Elementary 

School 

Point of View Elementary 

School 

Arrowhead Elementary School 

Kempsville Meadows 
Elonentary School 
Avalon Church of Christ 
844 Woodstock Road 
Fairfield Elementary School 
Kempsville Juntor High School 
Thalia Elementary School 
United Way Family Center 
HoUand Bementary School 
Couithouse Volunteer Fire 
Stition 
BamesStore 
Sandbridge Volumes Fire 

Stl^HXI 

Creeds Vohmteer Fire 

Department 

Princess Anne Mosquito 

Control BuikUng 

1848 Pleasant Rkige Road 

backwater FfaeStatkm 

aty an. Circuit Court. Rm. 6 



Virgima Beach - A 
Virginia Beach - B 

Virginia Beach -C 

Seatack 

Oceana 



40th Street and Pacific Avenue 
Vir^niaB«u:h Junior 
High School 

Cooke Hementary School 
Seatack Elementary School 
Knights of Columbus Hall 



NOTKE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the Council (rf Virginia Beach 

will be hekl in the Council Chambers of the Qty Hall 

BuiUUng. Municipal Center, Princess Anne Statkn. 

Virgima Beach, Virginia, on Monday. August 11, 1980, 

at 2K)0 p.m., at which time the following applications 

vrill be heard: 

CHANCE OF Z(»IING DISTRICT CLASSIHCATION: 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

1. An Ordinance upon Applicatkn oi Campus East 
Associates for a CHANGE (F ZONING DISTRICT 
CU\SSIFICATI<»I from R-5 Residential District to A-1 
Apartment District on certain property located at the 
Northeast intersection of Baker Road and Westeyan 
Drive {Proposed), running a distance of 123.49 feet 
along the East side of Baker Road, running a distance 
of 450.74 feet along the Northern property line, runmng 
a distance of 260.44 feet along the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 529.93 feet along the 
Southern property line. Said parcel contains 2.289 
acres. BAYSEffi BOROUGR 

C(»«)rnONAL USE PERMFT 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUCH: 

2. An Ordinance upon Application of Sandra S. 
Archebefle for a CONDmC^^AL USE PERMIT for a 
home occupation (draperies) on certain property- 
located on the Nwth Side of Partridge Drive beginning 
at a point 500 feet more or less East (rfSunnyside Drive, 
running a distance of 28.94 feet ak»g the North side of 
Partricl^e Drive, running a distance of 169.76 feet along 
the Eastern property line, running a distance of 91 feet 
in a Northwesterly cUrection, runmng a distance cX 
93.50 feet in a Southwesterly direction and running a 
distance of 135.91 feet along the Western property Une. 
Said parcel contains .33 acre. KEMPSVILLE 
BCmOUGH. 



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3. An Ordinance upon Appuuiiion ot W. W. Reasor 
Enterprises for a CX)f€)mONAL USE PERMIT for 
mini-warehouses oa certain property located on the 
East side of Lord Dunmore Drive beginning at a point 
737 feet more or less North of Providence Road, 
running a distance of 113 feet along the East side of 
Lord Dunmore Prive, running a distance of 1208.82 feet 
aloig the Nortl^m property line, running a distance of 
131.83 feet in a Southerly (Erection, running a distance 
of 25 feet in an Easterly direction, running a distance of 
89.87 feet in a Southeriy directicm, running a distance 
of 292 feet in a Westerly direction, running a distance 
of 56.57 feet in a Northwesteriy direction, running a 
distance of 218 feet in a Westerly direction, running a 
distance of 132.54 feet in a Northwesterly direction and 
running a distance of 540 feet in a Westerly direction. 
Said parcel contains 4.553 acres. KEMPSVniE 
BORCXKjH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

4. An Ordinance upon Application of S & C Company 
for a OONDmC^^AL l^E PERMIT for housing for the 
elderiy on certain property located on the East side of 
Malibu drive beginning at a point 188.34 feet South of 
Alcott Road, running a distance of 75.34 feet alcmg the 
East side of malibu Drive, running a distance of 100.45 
feet in an Easterly direction, running a distance of 
141.99 feet in a Southeriy direction, running a distance 
of 485.82 feet along the Southern property line, running 
a distance of 280 feet along the Eastern pTOjpcrty line, 
running a distance of 458.97 feet alwig the Northern 
property line, running a distance of 87.89 feet in a 
Southerly direction and running a distance of 100.45 
feet in a Westerly directi(Hi. Said parcel contains 3.390 
acres. LYNNHAVEN BORCXJGH. 
SUBDIVISION VAlUANCE: 

5. Appeal from Decisions of Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordin- 
ance, Subdivision for Mabel G. Brock. Property located 
850 feet North of CampbeU's Landing Road, 2850 feet 
East of Dudley's Road. Plats with more detailed 
information are available in the Department of 
Planning. 

AMENDMENT: 

6. Motion of the Planning Commission of the Oty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and rewdain Article 
1, Section HI of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to borrow pits. More detailed information is 
available in the Department of Planning. 

7. Motion of the Planning Commission of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and reordain Article 
2 of the Comprehensive Z(ming Ordinance pertaining to 
borrow pits. More detailed information is available in 
the Department of Planning. 

8. Motion of the Planning commission of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, Virgima, to amend and rcOTdain Article 

3, Section 301 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to bcarow pits. More detailed informati<m is 
available in the Department of Planning. 

9. Motion of the Wanning Commission of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and reordain Article 

4, Section 401 of the Comprehensive Zcxiing Ordinance 
pertaining to borrow pits. More detailed information is 
available in the Department of Planning. 

10. Moti(Hi of the Wanning commission of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and re(»-dain Article 

5, Sections 501 and 581, of the Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance pertaining to borrow pits. More detailed 
information is available in the Department of Planning. 

11. Motion of the Hanning Commission of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and rewdain Article 

6, Secticm 601 of the Canprehensive Zcming Ordinance 
pertaining to borrow pits. Mere detailed information is 
available in the Department of Planning. 

12. Motion of the Planning commissicm of the Qty of 
Vu-ginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and reordain Article 

7, Section 701 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to barrow pits. More detailed information is 
available in the Department of Planning. 

13. MotiOT of the Hanning Commission of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and reordain Article 

8, Section 801 of the Comprehensive Zcming Ordinance 
pertaining to bo-row pits. More detailed information is 
available in the Dej^rtment of Planning. 

14. Motion of the Planning Commission of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and reordain Article 

9, Section 911 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to bcMTOw pits. More detailed infcrmation is 
available in the Department of Hanning. 

15. Motion of the Ranning Commission of the Qty of 



Vu-ginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and reordain Article 

10, Sections 1001 and -^11 of the Comprehensive 

ZcHiing Ordinance pertaining to borrow, pits. More 

detailed information is available m the Department of 

Banning. 

Plats with more detailed information on the above 

applications are available in the Department of 

Planning. 

Ruth Hodges Smith 

Qty Clerk 

2t7/30VB 



In tiie aerk's Office of 
tiie Circuit Court of the 
Cith of Virginia Beach, on 
thelstdayof July, 1980. 
Arleatha E. Worrell, 
Plaintiff, against Sidney 

corrall worrell, Sr., 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of separation for 
more than one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being Route 1, 
#176 Hughes Avenue, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23451, and that due 
diligence has been by and 
on behalf of the plaintiff 
to ascertain in what coun- 
ty or corporation the 
defendant is, without ef- 
fect. It is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
19th of August, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
pinberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Richard S. Harman 
Plume and Atlantic 

Norfolk, Virginia 23510 
4t7/30 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 1st day of July, 1980. 
DebonJi Lynn Younger, 
Plaintiff, against Jack 
Swanson Younger, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said Plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a from 
the bed and ^board, to be 
later merged into a divorce 
from the bonds of 
matrimony from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of willful deser- 
tion. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office addr^s 
being Acreage Motor 
Lodge, Rouse's Point, 
New York it is ordered 
that he do uppuJt on or 
before the 1 Wi of August, 
1980, and do what may be 



necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
R. Barrow Blackwell 
P.O. Box 3746 
Norfolk, Virginia 23514 
4t7/30VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 24th day of June, 
1980. 

Claire Roth, Plaintiff, 
against Robert J. Roth, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without 
cohabitation and without 
interruption for a period 
in excess of one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last post office address 
being ODCSl HDG 
USAREUR, Box 406, 
APO New York, New 
York 09403. It is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 13th of August, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Berg and Gordon . 
2953 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 
4t7/23VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 20th day of June, 
1980. 

Grace Lambe Michels, 
Plaintiff, against Jeffrey 
Wood Michels, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of 1 year 
separation pursuant to 
Section 20-91 (9) of the 
Code of Virginia, to be 
published for four (4) suc- 
cessive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun. And 
an affidavit having be6n 




made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being Minot Air 
Force Base, Minot, North 
Dakota. It is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the 11th of August, 1980, 
and do what may be 
nec^sary to protect his in- 
terest iri this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk. 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
Mr. Bruce Sanders, Atty. 
4460 Holland Road, 
Suite 200 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t7/23 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach en 
the 26th day of June, 
1980. 

Holly Ann Huffman 
Traylor-Wilson, Plaintiff, 
against David Maxwell 
Traylor-Wilson, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged; 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 
desertion since November 
15, 1979. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being c/o Thomas Wilson, 
"St. Denny's SUtion", 
New Milton, Haul's 
England. It is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the 15th of August, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit.. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
W. Leigh Ansel! 
4336 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t7/23 VB- 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court for the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 2nd 
day of July, 1980. 
In Re: Adoption of Karen 
Dawn Smarook and 
Change of Name to Karen 
Dawn White 

By: Wayne Thomas White 
and Judith Ann White, 
Husband and Wife. 
TO: Walter J. Smarook 
One Weston Causeway 
Manville, New Jersey 
ORDER 
THIS DAY, came 
Wayne Thomas White and 
Judith Ann White, hus- 
band and wife and 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
nam^ infant. Affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that Walter J. 
Smarook, a natural parent 



of said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, his last known 
post office address being: 
General Delivery, Bridge- 
water, New Jersey. 

It is therefore OR- 
DERED that the said 
Walter J. Smarook answer 
in writing on or before 
August 22, 1980, and in- 
dicate his attitude toward 
the proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in the matter. 

It is further ORDERED 
that tl^is Order be 
published once a week for 
four successive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun a 
newspaper published in 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styron. D.C. 
I ask for this: 
Stuart R. Gordon 
Berg & Gordon, P.C. 
2953 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, va. 23452 
4t7/30VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
16th day of July, 1980. 
In re: Adoption of Robert 
Vernon Van Dyke, III, 
and change of name to 
Robert Vernon Narducci 
By: David Christopher 
Narducci and Kathleen 
Narducci, husband and 
wife, Petitioners 
TO: Robert Vernon Van 
Dyke 

4611 North 94th Street 
Omaha, Nebraska 
ORDER 

This day came David 
Christopher Narducci and 
Kathleen Ann Narducci, 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant, Robert 
Vernon Van Dyke, III, by 
David Christopher Nar- 
ducci, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that Robert Vernon 
Van Dyke, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 4611 North 94th 
Street, Omaha, Nebraska, 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Robert Ver- 
non Van Dyke appear 
before this Court within 
ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown. D.C. 
Btwx Sanders, P.q. 
4460 Holland Rt»d. ^ite 

Virginia B«ich, Va. 23452 
4t7/13 VB 



18 Vtrginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, July 16, 1980 



(Pij0j(^ija](j(ij [jEimii mw}i^ ojcjifocgo^ 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
thf 1st day of July, 1^). 
George AUen Shifflctt, 
Plaintiff, against Cecelia 
Adele Shifflett, E)efen- 
dant. ' 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICAtlON 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of separate and 

. apart for one year pur- 
suant to Section 20-91 (9) 
of the code of Virginia, 
1950, as amended. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 15215 
Haymarket Dr., Play- 
market, Va. and that due 
diligence has been used by 
and on behalf of the plain- 
tiff to ascertain in what 
county or corporation the 
defendant is, without ef- 

' feet. It is ordered that she 
do appear on or before the 
19th of August, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
G. Dudley Acker 
5122 Greenwich Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 
4t7/30VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 2nd day of July, 1980. 
Eugene Lewis Mosher, 
Plaintiff, against Susan 
Mary Mosher, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of adultery, or in 
the alternative, desertion. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
. resident^ of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
unknown it is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 20th of August, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessafy to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kunberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Boyd Scarborough 
P. O. Box 637 
Portsmouth, Virginia 
21705 
4tf/»VB 



In the Oerk's Office of 
the Qrcuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 7th day of July, 1980. 
Donald ^erwood Tab«-, 
Jr., Plaintiff, against 
Terry Laurie Morger 
Taber, Defoidant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year's con- 
tinious separation. And an 
affidavit ^having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the Sute of Vii^nia, 
the last known post office 
address bdng 321 Caren 
Drive, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia; the plaintiff 
being unable to locate the 
defendant after a due and 
diligent search at her last 
known address. It is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 26th of 
August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

James R. McKenry 

p. O. Box 927 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

23451 

4t7/30VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 3rd day of July, 1980. 
Susan Ann Pratt, Plain- 
tiff, against Kevin James 
Pratt, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged 
into a vinculo from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of Constructive 

Desertion. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 21974 Jason 
Avenue North, Forest 
Lake, Minnesota 55025 it 
is ordered that he do ap- 
pear on or before the 21st 
of August, 1980, and do 
what may be necwsary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

A. Joe Canada, Jr. 

508-D North Birdneck Rd. 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

23451 

4t7/30VB , 

In the Oerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the CHy of 
Vurginia Beach, on the 9th 
day of July, 19^. 
David Donald Alien. 



Plaintiff, against Mary 
Mc&ath AUen, Defen- 
dant. 

(»DEROF 
FlBUCATiaN 
Theobj^offhissuitls 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinqulo 
matrhnonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of separation for 
more than one year. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
5327 Timuquana Road, 
Jacksonvilte, Flo r d i a 
32210. It is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the28thof Ai^ust, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit, 
A copy-Teste: 
h Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Ronald J. Berg 
P. O. Box 2257 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/6 VB ' 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 8th day of July, 1980. 
Rocky Lee Miller, Plain- 
tiff, against Winona J. 
Miller, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without 

cohabitation and without 
interruption for a period 
in excess of one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last knonw post office 
address being P. O. Box 
9681, Hanahan, South 
Carolina 29410. It is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 28th day 
of August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk. 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
Mr. Stuart R. Gordon, 
Atty. 

2953 Virginia Beach 
Blvd., 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/6VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 8th day of July, 1980. 
Lisa Loraine Hellman 
Mentas, Pbuntiff, again^ 
Pantelis Laki Mentas, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 



for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro , and later be 
mergbed into a vii^ulo 
from the jaid defendaM, 
upon the grounds of 
desertion. And an af- 
fidavit having betn made 
and fHed that the defoi- 
dant Is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 5007 Ashley 
Street, Detroit, Michigan. 
It is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
27th of August, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, aerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Tom Smith 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t8/6 VB 

I I ■ I M ■»■ ■■■»■ III ■ ^^— ^— fc— ^ 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 7th day of July, 1980. 
Jacqueline Lee Bartram 
Wood, Plaintiff, against 
Kevin Wood, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion and 
cruelty. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being Sunnyhill Road, 
Dover, New Jersey. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 26th of 
August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Howard E. Copeland 
5291 Greenwich Drive 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 
4t8/6VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
theSthdayof July, 1980. 
Mashona Gray, Plaintiff, 
against Esther Gray, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apifft without cotoWut- 
ion and without interrup- 
tion for a period in excess 
of one year. And an af- 
fidavit having beoi made 
and filed tluit the defen- 
dant is not a resktent of 
the State of Virgil the 
1^^ known post (rffloe ad- 



dress being 2U3 Crestas 

Avoiue, North Versailles, 

Pennsylvania. It is or- 

^tefid that ^ do appear 

on or Mmt the ^h af 

August, l^K), and do 

what may be necesMry to 

protect her interest in this 

raft. 

Accq)y-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, O^k 

Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 

Mr. Stuart R. Gordon, 

Atty. 

2953 Virginia Beach 

Blvd., 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

4t8/6VB ; 

VIRGINIA: In the Oerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 8th 
dayof July, 1980. 
In re: Adoption of Charity 
Anne Sabine and change 
of name to Charity Anne 
Rayn by Jeffrey Dennis 
Ravn and Margaret Ruth 
Ravn 

By: Husband and wife, 
Petitioners 

To: James Edward Sabine 
6659 E.Va. Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
ORDER 

This day came Margaret 
Ruth Ravn and Jeffrey 
Dennis Ravn, Petitioners, 
and represented that the 
object of this proceeding 
is to effect the adoption of 
the above named infant, 
Charity Anne Sabine, to 
be named Charity Anne 
Ravn, by Margaret Ruth 
Ravn and Jeffrey Dennis 
Ravn, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and filed that James 
Edward Sabine, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, and that 
diligence has been used to 
ascertain in what county 
he resides, without effect, 
the last known post office 
address being: 6659 E. Va. 
Beach Voulevard, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said James Ed- 
ward Sabine appear 
before this Court within 
teii (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
PhymSrNvSlyron. D.C. 
W. Lqgh Ansell, p.q. 
4336 Vl.'Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
418/6 VB' 

In the Qerk's C«Bc» erf the 
Circuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on tl^ 9th 
day <rf July, im 
Evelyn V. Owens, Plain- 
tiff, against WiUie O^ns, 
Defendut. 

OfUXBROF 
FUBUCATK^ 



TIm object of this suit 
is for the said idaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matiimonii from the simI 
defendant, upon the 
grounds oif tiie purties 
having Uved separslte and 
apart witiiout cohaUUUioa, 
and wittMXit intenup^m 
for a period in excess of 
one year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
jfUed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the ^te 
of Wginia, the last Imown 
post (rffice address being 
Long bland New York. It 
is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
28th of August, 1960, and 
do what nuiy be necessary 
to protect his hiterest in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fliiit, Qerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Ronald J. Berg 
P. O. Box 2257 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/6 VB 

In Uie Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 9th day of July, 1980. 
Linda Ottaway, Plaintiff, 
against Edward Gordon 
Ottaway, Jr., Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit i' 
for the said plaintiff to ob 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 7950 Henry 
Avenue, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvannia 19128. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 28th of 
August, 1980, and do 
what may be n»:essary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Allan D. Zaleski 
First Virginia Bank Tower 
101 St. Paul's Blvd. 
Norfolk, Va. 235 10 
4t8/6VB - 

TAKE NOnOE that c«i 
the 30th day of July, 1980, 
at the office of Rixey, 
Heilig & McKenry, 1080 
Las kin Rodad, Suite 101, 
Sigma Building, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, at the 
right to bid, and with 
reservation, one (1) 1979 
Ford El 50 Van, Identifi- 
cation No. E14H^^j40- 
85, titled in the name of 
Phillip J. Straube, seized 
and repossessed by virtue 
of a breach <rf a certain 
security agreement dated 
May 10. 1979. 
J. BARBOURRIXEY, 
Counsel for Beadi Ford, 
be. 
It 7-I6VB 



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Virginia Beach SMn, Wednesday, July 23, 198a 1^ 




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In tlic Qerk's Office of the 
Orcuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
10th day of July, 1980. 
OROERCH? 
PUBUCATION 
Lou Ann Qark, Plaintiff, 
agaimt Kirk David dark. 
Defendant. The object of 
Uiis suit is f(x the said 
plaintiff to obtain a di- 
vorce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of sep- 
aration for mote than one 
year. 

And an afRdavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant's last 
known post ofBce address 
is 3558 Shore Drive, 
i^rtment G2, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia and that 
due diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of 
the plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county (»■ corpora- 
tion the defendant, is 
without effect. It is order- 
ed that he do appear on or 
before the 29th of August, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: J. Curtis 
IMt, Ckrk, Kimberly A. 
Brown, Deputy Clerk. 
Ronald J. Berg, P.O. Box 
2257, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
gima 23452. 
4t8-6VB 

' hi the Qerk's Office of the 
Orciift Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Beadi, on the 
10th day (^ July, 1^0. 

auasskOB 

nmUCAVON 

Michael Robert Willkuns, 
Plaimiff, against 9ielia 
Marie WUUams, Defen- 
dant. 

The object of this suit is 
for tbt said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a viaoilo 
mittrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds c^ separation in 
excess of one year pur- 
suant to Section 20-$l (9) 
Code of Wginia, as a- 
mended. 

Aim! an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
1811 Delaney Street, l^ir- 
ling ton, Ontario, Gaurada. 
It is ordered that she do 
appear on or before the 
29th of August, 19S0, and 
do whitf may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

.Acc^-Teste: J. Curtis 
Fruit, Oerk, Kimberly A. 
Bromi, Deputy Qerk. 
J. OenUd Zoby, 340 B 
Newtown Road, Vu^inia 
Beach, Vvginia 234^. 
4t8-6VB 

VIRCHNIA: to the Circuit 
Court of the aty of Vir- 
ginia Beach Development 
Authority, this 8th day of 
July, 1980. 



Plaintiff, V. Taxpayers, 
property owners and cit- 
izens of Virginia Beach 
including non-residents 
owning property or sub- 
ject to taxation therein 
and all other persons in- 
terested in or affected in 
any way by the issuance 
by the Qty of Virginia 
Beach Development Au- 
thority of up to 
$10,000,000 industrial de- 
velqpment revenue bonds 
(Stan-Lee Properties As- 
sociates Facility) Series of 
1980. 
Defendants . 

ORDER 
This day came the 
plaintiff, by counsel, and 
filed its Motion for Judg- 
ment seeking judicial de- 
termination, inter alia, of 
the legality of the pro- 
ceedings taken regarding 
up to $10,000,000 tadus- 
trial Development Reve- 
nue Bonds (Stan-L e e 
Properties Associates Fa- 
cility) Series of 1980, the 
legality of the purposes 
for which such bonds are 
to be issued and the 
validity of such bonds 
when bsued. 

UPON CONSIDERA- 
TION WHEREC»?, rr B 

CHOIRED that tia Mo- 
tion for Judgment having 
been filed, a certified copy 
thereof, together with a 
certified copy of this or- 
der, be publislwd once a 
week for two consecutive 
weeks in the l%f inia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
having general dreulation 
hi Mrgmia Beadi, that 
any jHurty defendant de- 
siring to reply to said 
Motion for Jiulg m e n t 
shall do so within ten (10) 
days after the second 
publication tteieof and 
that this matter is set for 
heaing on August 13, 
1980, at 9:30 a.m. in the 
Circuit Court of the Qty of 
Virginia Be^h. 
I ask for this: 
CSiaries M. Salle 
Muiwapid Center 
Virginia Beach, >%guiia 
23456 

A copy Teste: J. Curtis 
Fruit, Oerk, by Ekjris S. 
Hale, D.C 

2t7.23VB 

VIRGINIA: hi the Circuit 
Ocjurt of the Qty of ^- 
ginia Beach, Qty of Vir- 
ginia Beach Development 
Authority, Haihtiff, v. 
Tuqnyers, property own- 
ers and citii;ens <^ yii- 
ginia Bea^ hiclud i n g 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to tax- 
ation therem and all other 
persons interested in or 
affected in any way by the 
issuance by the Qty of 
Virginia Beach Etevelop- 
ment Autho-ity of up to 
$10,000,000 todustriaV 
Development Rcve n u e 
Bonds (Stan-Lee Propert- 



ies Associates Facil i t y) 
Series of 1980, Defen- 
dants. 

MOTION FOR 
JUDGMENT 
Plaintiff, the Qty of 
Vu-ginia Beach Develop- 
ment AuthOTity (the 
••AuthOTity"), seeks jud- 
icial determination pursu- 
ant to Article 6, Chapter 
5, Htle 15.1, Code of 
^rginia of 1950, as a- 
mended, of the validity of 
up to $10,000,000 bidus- 
trial Development Reve- 
nue Bonds (Stan-L e e 
Properties Associates Fa- 
cility) Scries of 1980 (the 
•*BcHids"), to be issued to 
pay the costs of acquiring, 
develc^ing and ccMistruc- 
ting an office (x an office- 
/warehouse complex (the 
"FaciUty"), in the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
to be leased or sold to 
Stan-Lee Properties Asso- 
ciates, a Virginia partner- 
ship (the "Company") 
and states as follows: 

1. The Authority was 
duly created by Chapter 
643, 1964 Acts oi Assem- 
bly, as amended, of the 
Commonwealth of Vugm- 
ia (the "Act"), and k a 
political subdivision of the 
Commonwealth of Virgin- 
ia. The Authority has 
been contmuously orga- 
niztd imd operating under 
the Act smce its creation, 
and no dissolution pro- 
ceedings pursuant to the 
Act hi»^ been adoi^ed or 
instituted. 

2. At a meeting called 
and held on January 8, 
1^0, the Authority adopt- 
ed a resdution agreemg 
to uiKiertake the issuance 
of the Bonds upon terms 
and conditions to be mu- 
ttmUy agreed upon be- 
tween the Authority and 
the Company, with the 
Fadhty to be leased or 
sold to the Company upon 
terms designed to assure 
payment of tl^ Bonds by 
the Company m accor- 
dame with their terms 
and tofK'Ovide security for 
the repayment thereof. 
The proceeds (tf t he 
Bonds, when issued, will 
be used to finance the 
costs of acquiring, de- 
velopmg and constructing 
the Facility and the is- 
suance of the Bonds. 

3. When issued, the 
Bonds win be vaUd, legal 
and bmding limited ob- 
ligations of tiie Authority, 
payable solely from the 
revenues and receipts re- 
ceived from the lease or 
sale (^ the Facility to the 
Company and other secur- 
ity therefor. The Bonds 
^11 not constitute a debt 
or a pledge of the faith 
and credit of the Com- 
monwealth of Virghiia or 
any poUtiod subdivision 
thereof, including the Au- 



thority and the Oty ot 
Virginia Beach, no taxing 
power of any pditical sub- 
division will be pledged to 
the payment of the Bonds, 
and the Bonds will not 
constitute an indeb t e d- 
ness within the meaning 
of any debt limitation or 
restriction. 

WHEREFORE, the aty 
of Virginia Beach Devel- 
opment Authority, prays 
that the Court grant a 
prompt hearing and enter 
a decree, with the least 
pc»sible delay pursuant to 
Section 15.1-213 et. seq., 
including Sedition 15.1-217 
of the Code of Virginia of 
1950, as amended, that (1) 
all proceedings thereto- 
fore taken in ccmnection 
with the authorization or 
issuance of the Bonds are 
legal and valid; (2) the 
Bonds may be issued to 
finance the Facility; (3) 
assuming their due auth- 
oriztion, execution and 
delivery, the Bonds issued 
for the Facility will be 
vaUd, legal and binding 
limited (^ligations of the 
Authority, and (4) such 
additional matters as may 
be specially requested by 
the parties or as the Court 
may deem meet 
Gty of Vurginia Beach 
Development Author i t y 
By Charles M. Salle Of 
Cdunsel. 
Charles M. Salle 
Munidpal Center 
Vfrginia Beach, Vii^inia 
23456 

Wmship C. Denton 
Candes, Mastracco, Mar- 
tone, Barr & Russell 
1530 Virginia lotion a 1 
Bank Building, Norfolk, 
Virginia 23510 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 

2t7-»VB 

VIRGINL^: In tfie Orcuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority, Plaintiff, 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citians of 
Vfrginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
ta:»tion therein and all 
othw persons interested in 
or affected m any way by 
Uie issuance by the City of 
Virginia B«ich Develop- 
ment Authority of ap- 
proximately $3,065,000 
Industnfl development 
revenue bonds (R.D.C. 
Properties I Facility) 
Series of 1980, Defendan- 
ts. 

ORDER 
This day came the plain- 
tiff, by counsel, and filed 
its Motion for Judgment 
seeking judicial deter- 
mination, inter alia, of the 
l^ality of the procwdings 
taken regarding up to 
$3,065,000 Industrial 



Development Revenue 
Bonds (R.D.C. Properties 
I Facility) Series of 1980, 
the legality of the pur- 
poses for which such bon- 
ds are to be issued and the 
validity of such bonds 
when issued. 

UPON CON- 

SIDERATION WHERE- 
OF, IT IS ORDERED 
that the Motion for Judg- 
ment having been filed, a 
certified copy thereof, 
together with a certified 
copy of this order, be 
published once a week for 
two consecutive weeks in 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper having general 
circulation in Virginia 
Beach, that any party 
defendant desiring to 
reply to said Motion for 
Judgment shall do so 
within ten (10) day| after 
the second publication 
thereof and that this mat- 
ter is set for hearing on 
August 12, 1980, at 9:30 in 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach. 
I ask for this: 
Charles M. Salle 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456 
A copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Doris S. Hale, D.C. 
2t7/23 VB 



VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach City of 
Virginia Beach Deveiop- 
Rient Authority, Plamtiff, 
v. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
otter persons kiterested m 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the City of 
Virgima Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of ap- 
proximately $3,065,000 
Industrial development 
revenue bonds (R.D.C. 
Properties 1 Facility) 
Series of 1^0, Defendan- 
ts. 

MOTION FOR 
JUDGMENT 
Plaintiff, the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority (the 
"Authority"), seeks 
judicial determination 
pursuant to Article 6, 
Chapter 5, Title 15.1. 
Cocte of Vfrginia of 1950, 
as amended, of the 
validity of up to 
$3,065,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
Bonds (R.D.C. Properties 
I Facility) Series of 1980 
(the "Bonds"), to be 
issued iopay the costs of 
the acquisition and con- 
struction of an office 
building (the "Facility"), 
in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, to be 



leased or sold to R.D.C. 
Properties I, a Virginia 
partnership (the "Com- 
pany") and states as 
follows: 

1. The Authority was 
duly created by Chapter 
643, 1964 Acts of Assem- 
bly, as amended, of the 
Commonwealth of 
Virginia (the "Act"), and 
is a political subdivision of 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. The Authority 
has been continuously 
organized and operating 
under the Act since its 
creation, and no 
dissolution proceedings 
pursuant to the Act have 
been adopted or in- 
stituted. 

2. At a meeting called 
and held on June 3, 1980, 
the Authority adopted a 
resolution agreeing to un- 
dertake the issuance of the 
Bonds upon terms and 
conditions to be mutually 
agreed upon between the 
Authority and the Com- 
pany, with the Facility to 
be k^sed or sold to the 
Company upon terms 
designed to assure 
payment of the Bonds by 
the Company in accor- 
dance with their terms and 
to provide security for the 
repayment thereof. The 
proceeds of the Bonds, 
when issued, will be used 
to finance the costs of the 
acquisiticm and construc- 
tion the Facility and the 
issuance of the Bonds. 

3. When issued, the 
Bonds will be valid, legal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, payable solely 
from the revenues and 
receipts received from the 
lease or sale of the Facility 
to the Company and cHher 
security therefor. The 
Bonds will not constitute a 
dd>t or a pledge of the 
faith and credit of the 
Commonwealth of 
Virginia or any political 
subdivision thereof, in- 
cluding the Authority and 
the City of Virginia 
B^ch, no taxing power of 
any political subdivision 
will be pledged to the 
payment of the Bonds, 
and the Bonds will not 
constitue an indebtedness 
within the meaning of any 
debt limitation or restric- 
tion. 

wherefore, the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority, prays 
that the Court grant a 
prompt hearing ami enter 
a decree with the least 
possible delay pursuant to 
Section 15.1-213 et. seq., 
including Section 15.1-217 
of the Code of Virginia of 
1950, as amended, that (1) 
all proceedings 

theretofore taken in ccm- 
nection with the 
authorization or issuance 



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of the Bonds are legal and 
valid; (2) the Bonds may 
be issued to finance the 
Facility; (3) assuming their 
due authorization, 
execution and delivery, 
the Bonds issued for the 
Facility will be valid, legal 
and binding, limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, and (4) such 
additional matters as may 
be specially requested by 
the parties or as the Court 
may deem meet. 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority 
By Charles M.Salle 
Charles M. Salle, Esquire 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456 

Winship C. Denton, 

Esquire Canoles, 

Mastracco, Martone, Barr 

& Russell 

A Professional Cor- ' 

poration 

1530 Virginia National 

Bank Building 

Norfolk, Va. 23510 

Artorneys for Plaintiff 

2t7/23 VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach City of 
Virginia Beach 

Developement Authority, 
Plaintiff, 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
other persons interest^ in 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of ap- 
proximately $1,700,000 
industrial development 
revenue bonds (ex- 
pressway associates 
facility) series of 1980, 
Defendants. 

ORDER 

This day came the plain- 
tiff, by counsel, and filed 
its Motion for Judgment 
seeking judicial deter- 
mination, inter alia, of the 
legality of the proceedings 
taken regarding up to 
$1,700,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
Bonds (Expressway 
Associates Facility) Series 
of 1980, the legality of the 
purpose^ for which such 
bonds are to be issued and 
the validity of such bonds 
when issued. 

UPON CON- 

SIDERATION WHERE- 
OF, IT IS ORDERED 
that the Motion for 
Judgment having been 
filed, a certified copy 
thereof, together with a 
certifi^ copy of this or- 
der, be published once a 
week for two consecutive 
weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun. a newspaper 
having general circulation 
in Virginia fieiK^h. that 



any party defendant 
desiring to reply to said 
Motion for Judgment 
shall do so within ten (10) 
days after the second 
publication thereof and 
that this matter is set for 
hearing on August 12, 
1980, at 9:30 a.m. in the 
circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach. 
I ask for this: 
Charles M.Salle 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456 
A Copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Doris S. Hale, D.C. 
2t7/23 VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Orcuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority. Plaintiff. 

V. 

Taxpayers, property 
owners and citizens of 
Virginia Beach including 
non-residents owning 
property or subject to 
taxation therein and all 
other persons interested in 
or affected in any way by 
the issuance by the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority of ap- 
proximately $1,700,000 
industrial development 
revenue bonds (ex^ 
pressway associates 
facility) series of 1980. 
I>efendants. 

MgTO)N FOR 
JUDGMENT 
Plaintiff, the City of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Authority (the 
**Authority*'>. seeks 
judicial determination 
pursuant to Article 6, 
Chapter 5, Title 15.1, 
Code of Virginia of 1950, 
as amended, of the 
validity of up to 
$1,700,000 Industrial 
Development Revenue 
Bonds (Expressway 
Associates Facility) Series 
of 1980 (the "Bonds"), to 
be issued to pay the costs 
of acquiring, constructing 
and equipping an office 
building facility (the 
"Facility"), in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
to be leased or sold to Ex- 
pressway Associates, a 
Virginia Partnership (the 
"Company"), and states 
as follows: 

1. The Authority was 
duly created by Chapter 
643, 1964 Acts of Assem- 
bly, as amended, of the 
Commonwealth of 
Virginia (the "Act"), and 
is a political subdivision of 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. The Authority 
has been continuously 
organized and operating 
under the Act since its 
creation, and no 
dissolution proceedings 
pursuant to the Act have 
been adopted or In- 
stituted. 

2. At a meeting called 



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and held on March 7. 
1980. the Authority adop- 
ted a resolution agreeing 
to undertake the issuance 
of the Bonds upon terms 
and conditions to be 
mutually agreed upon 
between the Authority and 
the Company, with the 
facility to be leased or sold 
to the Company upon 
terms designed to assure 
payment of the Bonds by 
the Company in accor- 
dance with their terms and 
to provide security for the 
repayment thereof. The 
proceeds of the Bonds, 
when issued, will be used 
to finance the costs of 
acquiring, constructing 
and equipping the Facility 
and the issuance of the 
Bonds. 

3. When issued, the 
Bonds will be valid, legal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, payable solesly 
from the revenues and 
receipts received from the 
lease or sale of the Facility 
to the Company and other 
security therefor. The 
bonds will not constitute a 
debt or a pledge of the 
faith and credit of the 
Commonwealth of 
Virginia or any political 
subdivision thereof, in- 
cluding the Authority and * 
the City of Virginia 
Beach, no taxing power of 
any political subdivision 
will be pledged to the 
payment of- the Bonds, 
and the Bonds will not 
constitute an indebtedness 
within the meaning of any 
debt limitation or restric- 
tion. 

WHEREFORE, the 
City of Virginia Beach 
Development Authority, 
prays that the Court grant 
a prompt hearing and en- 
ter a decree with the least 
possible delay pursuant to 
Section 15.1-213 et. seq., 
including Section 15.1-217 
of the Code of Virginia of 
1950. as amended, that (1) 
all proceedings 

theretofore taken in con- 
nection with the 
authorization or issuance 
of the Bonds are legal and 
valid? (2) the Bonds may 
be issued to finance the 
Facility; (3) assuming their 
due authorization, 
execution and delivery, 
the Bonds issued for the 
Facility will be valid, legal 
and binding limited 
obligations of the 
Authority, and (4) such 
additional matters as may 
be specially requested by 
the parties orm the C(Hirt 
may deem meet. 
City of Virginia Beach 
Developn^nt Authority 
By CharteM. Salle 
Charles M. SaUe, Esq. 
Municipal Center 
Virginia Beach. Va. 
23456 



Winship C. Denton 
Canoles. Mastroacco. 
Martone. Barr& Russell 
1530 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk. Virginia 23510 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 
2t7/23 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 14th day of July. 1980. 
Melody Ann Bohlander 
Harrup. Plaintiff, against 
David Franklin Harrup. 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being MPCO Hg Bn 
2nd Marine Division, 
Camp Lejeune, North 
Carolina it is ordered that 
fie do appear on or before 
the 2nd of September. 
1980. and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 
Klmberly A. Brown. D.C. 
Forrest A. Nester. Atty. 
3284 Virginia Beach, 
Blvd. 

Virginia Beach. Va. 23452 
4t8/6 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 14th day of July. 1980. 
Janet Leigh Gwin. Plain- 
tiff, against Earl Ray 
Gwin, Jr., Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant last known post of- 
fice address is Petre Road, 
Cambridge Manor. 
Chesapeake. Virginia, and 
the due diligence has been 
by and on behalf of the 
plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county ^r cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect. It is or- 
dered that he do appear 
on or before the 2nd of 
September, 19%,.and do 
what may be necessary to 
pr<Mect his Interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Klmberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Forest A. Nester 
3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/6VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 25th day of June, 
1980. 

Donald D. Jones, Jr., 
Plaintiff, against Denlse 
Austin Jones, Defendant. 
ORDBllOF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged 
and enlarged Into a divor- 
ce a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 
desertion. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant Is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known po^ office ad- 
dress being hatteras, Nor- 
th Carolina. It is ordered 
that she do iqspear on or 
before the 14th of August, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 
Klmberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Robert B. Cromwell, Jr. 
Pembroke One, Suite 525 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23462 
4t7/23 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the 30th day of June, 
1980. 

Huseyin karaoz. Plaintiff, 
against Pattie M. Karaoz, 
Defeiidant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Vir^nia. 
the last known post office 
address being 1908 Ryan 
Avenue, las Vegas. 
Nevada. It is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 20th of August. 1^0. 
and do what ^ may be 
nec^sary to prefect her 
Interest in this suit. - 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, CleriL 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
Mr. William P. Williams 
for Peter K. Babalas. 
Atty. 

Suite 210 Atlantic 
National Bank Bldg. 
415 St. Paul's Blvd.. 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 
4t7/23 VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Oerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the , City of 
Virginia ^ach. on tl^ 
K)lh day of June. 1980. 
In re: Adoption of Donald 
Abainza Dorry an infant 
under the age of fourteen 



years by Donald Max 
Dorry and PrisclUa 
Abainza Dorry, 

Petitioners 
TO: Dante Bobadilla 
Norfolk, Virginia 
ORDER 

This day came Donald 
Max Dorry and Priscllla 
Abainza Dorry. 

Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant(s), Donald 
Abainza Dorry by Donald 
Max Dorry and Priscilla* 
Abainza Dorry, husband 
and wife, and affidavit 
having due diligence has 
been used by or in behalf 
of the petitioners to ascer- 
tain in what county or 
corporation the natural 
parent Is. without effect 
and that Dante Bobadilla, 
a natural parent of said 
chlld(ren), is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Norfolk. Virginia. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Dante 
Bobadilla appear before 
Uiis Court within ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and indicate 
his/her attitude toward 
the proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what Is 
necessary to jH'Otect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Ctek 
Phyllis N. Styron^ DC. 
Frank F.Amess 
Donald Max Dorry 
Priscllla Abainza Dorry 
4t7/23 VB 

In the aerie's Office of the 
Qty (rf Virginia Beach, on 
the 15th day of July. 1980. 
Jeffrey M. Sch m i d t. 
'plaintiff, against Susan 
H. Schmidt, Defendant. 
ORDER (F 
PURUG^nON 
Hie object of this suit 
is for the said Plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of one 
year separation as set out 
m Section 20-91 (9)<^the 
code of Virginia. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
ofSce address being No. 2 
Marylimd Orcle, Apt. No. 
346, Whitehall, Pennsyl- 
vania 18052 it is ordered 
that she do ai^ar on or 
before tiie 3rd oi %pt- 
ember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in Oils 
svat. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Cterk 
Kimberiy A. Brown, D.C. 
Jeffrey G. Haverson 
6330 Newtown Road 
NorMk, Vt^inia 23502 
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VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virgi&U Beach on the ISth 
day of July. 19«) 
Francine Elizabeth 
Shockley, Complainant, 

V. 

George Wesley Shockley, 
Jr., Defoidant. 
OJamRGP 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a Judgment 
against the defendant, 
George Wesley Shockley, 
Jr., in the sum of 
$16,650.00 for arrears of 
spousal support, to be 
awarded to the com- 
plainant, Francine 
EUzabeth Shockley, pur- 
suant to a decree entered ^ 
by this Court on the 23rd 
day of December 1970 and 
as affirmed by final decree 
of August 3. 1971 wherein 
the defendant, George 
Wesley Shockley, Jr., was 
ordered to pay the sum of 
$150.00 per month as and 
for temporary and per- 
manoit spousal support. 

And an affidavit having 
been made that due 
dil^ce has been used by 
or on behalf of the com- 
plainant to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration the defendant, 
Geo^ Wesley Shockley, 
Jr., is, and that his last 
known post office address 
was Post Office Box 302, 
Pahnyra, Illinds 62674; it 
is hereby ORDERBD that 
the defendant, George 
Wesley Shockley, Jr., on 
or before S^tember 5, 
1^0 9X lOKX) a.m. am>ear 
before this Court and do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interesU. 

It is further ORI^RED 
that this Order be 
published in The Virginia 
Beach Sun. a newpaper 
having gemral circulation 
in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, once a 
week for four consecutive 
weeks and that the Clerk 
of this Court is directed to 
post a copy of this Order 
at the front door of the 
Courthouse from the date 
" of oitry of this Order and 
for twenty-eight (28) days 
continuously thereafter, 
a^ to also maU a copy of 
this Order to George 
Wesley Shockley. Jr., at 
Post Office Box 302. 
Primyra,minois 62674. 
Enter: This 15th day of 
July, 1980. 
I a^ for this: 
Lewis Allen 

Fine. Fine, Legum & Fine 
Law Building 
Norfolk. Virginia 23510 

4t8/13 VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach,^ on 

the 26th day of June. 

1980. 

Clance E. Smith. Plain- 



Smith, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce vinculo 
martimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and fited that the defen- 
dant that plaintiff has 
used due diligence to acer- 
tain the defendant's 
resident, without effect, 
or the said defendant is 
not <a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being 2017 Azalea 
^Avenue, Portsmouth, 
' Virginia. It is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the 15th of August, 1980. 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Alan S. Mirman 
P.O.Box3463 
Norfolk. Virginia 23514 

4t7/23 VB 

In the aerk's Office of the 
Orcuit Court of the Qty dT 
Virginia Beach, on the 
15th day of July, 1980. 
Carolyn Ann Pa 1 m e r. 
Plaintiff, against James 
R. Pahner. Defendant. 
CmEBRCX^ 
PUBUCATK»i 
The object trfthis suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
detain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds oi the parties 
having lived separa t e d 
and apart without cohabit- 
atiai and without interup- 
tion for a period in excess 
of one year. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being 158 
Route 1 maccm. North 
Qu-oUna. It is ordered that 
he do appear <m <x before 
the 3rd of September, 
1980. and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. Cferk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Rcmald J. Berg 
2953 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach. Va. 23452 
4t8/13 VB 



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David Norton, 

Service Mgr. 

lt7/23 VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach, on 
the 17th day of July. 1980. 
Danna Erb Denton. Plain- 
tiff, against Robert Win- 
slow Denton. Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro later to be merged 
into a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of willful deser- 
tion and abandonment 
without Just cause of 
provocation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the SUte of Virgiiria. the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being P. O. Box 337. 
Guaymas, State of 
Sanora, Mexico. It is or- 
(tered that he do an)ear on 
or before the 5th of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fnat,aerk 
Kimberly A. Brown. D.C. 
J. Brian J. Donnelly 
2600 Potters Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

4t8/13yB 



TAKE NOTICE 
Mechanics Lein Sale by 
virtue Section 43-34 of the 
Vtfgima Motor VeM c 1 e 
Code the undersigned will 
seU at public auction on 
Friday. July 25. 1^)^10 

a.m. at 4972 Virginia 
Beach Blvd. Wgi n i a 
Beach, Va. the fdtowmg 
Motor Cycle to satisfy lein 
on repairs. 79 Itaida 

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VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
17th day of July. 1980. 
In Re: Adoption of Denita 
Lujean Moody 
By: Roy Kenneth 
Maynard. Petitioner 
To: Hilbert Moody 

RD2 

PcnnYan. New York 
14527 

ORDER 
This day came Roy 
Kenneth Maynard and 
karen Christine Maynard. 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant. Denita 
Lujean Moody, to Roy 
Kenneth Maynard and 
Karen Christine Maynard, 
husband and wife, an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that Hilbert 
Moody, a natural parent 
of said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office addr^s being: 
RD 2. PennYan. New 
York, 14527. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Hilbert 
Moody appear before this 



Court within ten (10) days 
aft« publication of this 
Order and indicate his at- 
titude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
A copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Jeanette S. Jones, D.C. 
G. Dudley Acker 
5122 Greenwhich Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 
4t8/13VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach on 
the 17th day of July, 1980. 
Sherman C. Gore, Plain- 
tiff, J^nst Queen Gore, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without cohabit- 
ation and intarrupticm for 
a period in excess of one 
year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being 6759 Romona Blvd., 
Apartment 145, Jackson- 
ville, Flordia 32205. It is 
ordered that she do appear 
on or before the 5th of 
September, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 

suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 

KimbCTly A. Brown, D.C. 
Stuart R. Gordon 
P.O. Box 2257 
; Virginia Beach,Va. 23452 

i4t8/13VB 



suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, aerk 
Kfanberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Andrew S. Rne 
Granby and Plume Street 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
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]SNirgery toiths 

The mortality rate fcM- 
operations performed in 
the late 19th and «u-ly 
20th centuries was as high 
as 60 percent. 



Beach lawyer 

William B. Smith 
gets zoning position 

WiUiam B. Smith, a partner in the Beach law firm of 
Smith, Dickerson and Home, has been appointed by the 
Virginia Beach Circuit Court to the Virginia B«ch 
Board of Zoning Appeals. He will fill the unexpired 
term of Stanley A. PWUips. , ,. „. . . 

Smith is the unmediate past-president of the Virginia 
Beach Bar Association, presently serves on its executive 
committee and is a monber of the Virginia SUte Bar 
Second District Committee. He is also a member of 
various state and local bw and trial lawyers associations 
and has served on the Board of the Virginia Beach 
Chamber of Commerce and the Tidewater-Virginian. 



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In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 17th day of July, 1980. 
Linda Gayle Leydet, 
Plaintiff, against Brian 
Frances Leydet, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged 
into a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 
desertion* And an af- 
fKUivit lavii^ been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
die State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 139 
Housat<Hiic Street, Lenox, 
Miasschusetts 01240. It is 
or(itered that he do appear 
on or before the 5th of 
Sepetonber, 1^), and do 
wl«t may be necwsary to 
protect his intcr^t in this 



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FEED ONE ADULT for $7.06 
weekly. Includes I lb meat daily, 
dhoice of 8 fresh v^etabtes & 
grains. FREE details: D.C. 
TRICX), P.O. Box 4676, Virginia 
Beach, Va. 23454. 
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<»- ViiiunioNiU's !or "^ule 



DODGE CORONET— 1970. 318 

cubic inches, 4 door, body fair 
condition, good engine, air con- 
ditioning, power steering and 
power brakes. $395. 468-2589. 
6 4t7/23 

TRIUMPH SPITFIRE 

1973,runs good, good tires, good 
top, new inspection, $1800. 467- 
4216. 

6 4t8-6 

VOLKSWAGEN - 1972 SILVER 

Volkswagen 411 station wagon. 

Rebuilt engine and electrical 

system, new paint, runs good, 

428-4134. 

6 4t8-6 

DODGE OMNI— 1978. 20,000 
nAles, like new, price open, can 
be seen 3487 Vivian Street, Nor- 
folk, 855-0643. 
6 [ 4t7/23 

MERCEDES BENZ— 1966 Mer- 
cedes 2M. New paint, interior 
excellent, $1200. 
6 4t7/23 

OPEL KADETT-1970, 4 cyUn- 
der, automatic, new interior, 
runs GREAT! 25 mpg plus 
regular gas. $744, call 853-2700, 
or 587-6683 after 8 p.m. 
6 4t7/23 

LINCOLN— 1973 Continental, 
excellent condition, $350 ami 
take over payments of $78/mon- 
th, 19 months. 488-8031. 
6 4t7/23 

OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS 

Supreme - 1973, small V-8, 
regular gas. Automatic steering, 
brakes, and air. Vinyl top, runs 
GREAT! $895, call 853-2700 or 
587-6683 after 8 p.m. 
6_ 4t7/23 

FOR SALE- 1968 Camaro 
completely restored. I97C 
Camaro, needs work. 1979 Ron- 
tiac Bonneville, excellent con- 
dition. Call Graz 422- 1 5 1 1 . 

6 4t7/23 

UNCOLN MARK III-197I, 
Classic, show car, custom built, 
24 karat gold paint, custom con- 
vertible top custom velour in- 
terior, much, much more. ^300. 
464-5774. 
6 4t7/23 

VOLKSWAGENSuper Beetle- 
1971, a^ltnt running con- 
diti<m, bnmd new tint, new 
windsUdd. new paim job, win 
be inspected. $1800. 623-997S. or 
«1-2471. 

$ 4t7/23 

CADILLAC . IfTf COUPE de 

Ville, all extras, ^)erfect con- 
dition, like new, must sell. 490- 
1359. 

6 . 4t»6 

CORVETTE— 1976 T-top, ex 
o^nt cfMidition, fuUy power L 
41. 4 speed, AM/FM radio, 
40,000 nsfla. new tires, tan ex- 
mkx, taefcskin leatha- leau, 
$7,000. 401-5359. 



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VOLVO - 1977. Ui GL, air con- 
ditioning, automatic, electric 
windows, AM/FM stereo. mo(Mi 
roof, radials. $6.195. 397-2928. 
6 4t8/13 

BUiCK— 1963, Riviera. Good 
condition, best offer, ^8^339. 
6 4t7/23 



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F(NtD VAN • 1969. automatic 8 
cyUnder, runs great, new inspec- 
tion, tires all good. $650. 460- 
3471.587-7886. 

I 4t8/13 

CHEVY DYNA VAN • 1973. 
fully self-contained, sleeps 6. 
power steering, power brakes, air 
ccmditimiing, AM/FM. 8 cylin- 
der. $5395. 587-3909. 
2 4t8/13 

CHEVY VAN • 1971 Pathfinder 

4 wheel drive, air, full power, tilt 

wheel, fuUy customized, 13,000 

miles. $7,250. 486-4952, 340- 

1301. 

7 4t7-30 

CHEVY VAN- 1978. silver, 
custom interi(M'. ma^. he«krs, 
V-8. automatic. $3795. Call 399- 
4088 days, and 397-7482 nights. 
7 4t7/23 

FORD— 197S, Super Cab, air, 

power steering and brakes, fully 

equipped. $2000. call 627-8051 

between 9 and 5, after 5 call 461- 

7922. 

7 4t7/23 

DODCX CUSTOMIZED VAN • 

1977, Black metallic paint, 5, 
mM*> custom interior, very 
dean, must sell. $39K) or best of- 
fer. Call Mike 547-5820. 
7 4t7/23 



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KAWASAKI . 197«, 900. All 
original, like new condition, 
must sell, $1800. 468-3315, 420- 
3866. 

9 4tW 

YAMAHA . 1979, YZIW, like 
new, must sell, $550.00, 489- 
9563. 

? 4t8-6 

HONDA— 1978 Hawk, mag 
v^ieds, low milnge, supo- nice. 
pvage kept. $900. 
9 4t7/23 



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SPORTCRAFT • 21' hard top 
with 1979 V(rivo 25S horsqxywer 
engine. Fresh water cooled, 280 
outtlrive, iwry seawortliy. resdy. 
Equipment and E-Z trailer, 
»,000. 488-1532. 
11 ; 4t8/13 

8TAMA8 . 1972, 24' fiberftess, 
Volvo inboard-outboard, 6 
cylinder, 165 horsepower, good 
condition, $5500. 583-4152. 

li 4t8/13 

SEA RAY - 1979. 22' 198 hor- 
sepower engine. E-Z Loader 
trailer. Etectrk winch, exodloit 
condition, $12,500. 499-7940. 
11 4t8/13 

SAILBOAT ■ 1973 Inttriike. 
18', ^ui{^3«d tof ndtig, Bott<m 
nils, with ^mco traiko', ^my 
80od condMon. $2300. Cil after 
6.42^2742. 



RENKEN • 16' fiberslass, 65 

horsepower Evinrude. Boat, 

motor, and traila-. $3195. 420- 

9634 or 543-7137. 

n 4t8/13 

OWEm- 24' CABIN Cruiser. 
1974 Fwd motor, overhauted in 
sprii^ of 19^. good fishing 
boat. $1400. 622-9960. 

11 4t8-6 

TRAILER . E-Z LOADER, 
single axk. 16.5 inch wheels, 
holds boat up to 21 feet. Needs 
work. $500. 340-5129. 
11 4t8-6 

AFC SAILBOAT ■ 1973. Blue 
and white. 14' sloop sailboat, 
fiberglass, solid fittings, full 
rigging (mainsail and jib), 4 hor- 
sepowo- motor, drqp mount and 
trailer. $1700467-1465. 
IJ 4t8-6 

SALE THROUGH JULY on 

canoes, selected backs, other 
outdoor items. Wild Rivor Out- 
fitters. 5921 Churchland Blvd., 
Portsmouth, VA., 484-7330. 

11 4t7-30 

NACRA S.2 -Fastest, best han- 
dling, smoothest tacking 
catamaran, with 8 foot (tnilCT 
Umit) beun. CaU 464-4538 or 
484-2564. 
11 4t7-30 

GLASSTRON-1979, CVX20, 
^460 Jet. trailer, garage kqjt. 
Priced for quick sale. 547-^10. 
n 4t7/23 

BOAT REPAIR-Free 

estimates, plouure boat repair 
and alterations, fiberglass or 
wood, storage and fish boxes 
built and/or tAlwed. 20 years ex- 
perience. 421 -3&28. 
11 4t7/23 



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HOUSEKEEPER • WILSON 
HEIGHTS section. ReUaUe per- 
son to care for 1 1 yr. old, light 
housekeeping, owking, etc. 6 
days. Rewarding position for 
right person. Salary open - 
referents raiuired. Apjpiy by 
letter to HOUSEKEEPER. P.O. 
Box 1327, Chesapeaire. Va. 
23320. 
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BOOKKEEPER - NCR 33 

machine opaUot, recepti(»iirt. 
typist, permanent position. 
Great ftid^ area. Sod resume 
to: P. O. Box 15284. 
Chesapeake, Vlffbiia, 23320. 
14 4tf/13 

LAB¥ MOEKVIG 4>primticetMp 
in pqw haafh^ florae expCTioi- 
oe, wodd Bkc ei^ert to woric 
with. CaBanyttoe. 583-8882. 
14 4t8/13 



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OPEN YOUR OWIS retail up- 
parcl shiip. Of lei iNc latCMl in 
jeans, denims and sinntswear. 
$ 1 4,850.00 includc&y memory , 
fixtures, etc. Complete Store! 
Open in a& liiile »s 2 weeks 
anywhere in U.S.A. (Aliio in-: 
fants and chitdrnis shopl. Call 
SUE. TOLL FREE 1-800-874- 
4780. It 7-24 



ACT NOW— 1st and 2nd mor- 
tgage, comnwrcial kMm, deirt 
consolidation, credit no 
proUoB. Call Beach Finance. 
428-3634. 
18 4t7/2 3 

CALL TODAY! 1st or 2nd mor- 
tgages. Debt consolidation, 
home improvements, business 
loans, dc. Credit no prtMcm. 
quick service. NO BROKER 
FEES. General Criedit Corp. 857- 
6367, or 427-1563. 
18 . 4t7/23 



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PIANO, ORGAN LESSONS 

given in your home by 
professional musidan and pa- 
former. All styles of music 
taught. CaU 583-1214. 
21 4t7-30 



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AMERICAN HIEED ESKIMO 

Spitz Pups - UKC re^stered 
white males and females, II 
weeks (rid, dl diots and womed. 
$125 eadi. 487-1512. 
22 40/13 

GIHJIEN RETRIEVER Piq»- 
pies - Pedigree, AKC r^i^red, 
sire and dam of ^amphMsMi) 
lii^, available July 2^. Show 
quality d<^ - Serious inquiries 
only. 427-3380. 

n 4t8/13 

GERMAN SHEPHERD Pup- 
pies— AKC registo^, black and 
tan, all shots and woniied, 2 
males, 2 femdes. Bred for tem- 
perament, large boned pu|». 
488-7617. 
22 4t7/23 

GOFFIN COCKATOO-Mde, 

2Vi years old, v&y tune, all 
white, 9 inches tall, extranely 
dean and healthy, comes idth 
cage. 485-3780. 
n , 4t7/23 

3 LOST and abamlonned cats - 
Need loving homes. 5 nranth 
blK:k femde, 1 year Morris took- 
dike, 2 yat silver gKy. All 
shms, siMiyed, and neuter^. 
Free - 460-5941 , or 460-5776. 
22 4t7/23 

WANTED GOOD HOME for 

medium sized, 2^ yev old 
mixed breed d<%. Stays outdde 
in fenced yard, also house 
borken. CaU 497-801 7. 

22 4t7/23 

IRISH SETnai MALE • m 
years, berad^l d<^. excdlent 
healA, veryfirfemUy. Needs good 
home. $35. 627-2208, 627-5627. 
n 4t7-30 

LABRADOR RETRIEVER 
PUmES -AKC t^alUatA, 2 
dracdates, 3 ydkmw, nniit see to 
wppitckitt. Qdl after 5, 499- 
6452. ^- 
n 4t7-30 

GOUHEN LABRADOR PUP- 

nES-CaU497.mi. 

22 4t7-30 

BASSET HOUND PUPPHS - 

AKC registered, excellent 
pecUgree, 6 mate, 3 fonate. sire 
and (km oa i^snises, $150-$175, 
dq)osiy bdng takoi now. Ready 
to go July 31. 583-4968. 
22 4t7-30 

i^ I ■_>«■« ■ —I ll-l l-ll *•■!■ ■ I HUB ■■■!■■ 

COOLATIBJ— AlMno, hand- 
fed, $100. Noraul cockatids. 7 
months. $35. ^94372. 



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HORSES • R^tered Arabtes, 
hdf and three-quartoi Aimbs by 
Peebles htenaaba, S400.awi up. 
Stud service l^ PMblei ft^Mba 
and 0TB Fire Chief. 484-1^8. 
W 4^13 

SraUTED MARS— 5 years old, 
ejifcellcnt conditi(in, negati^ 
Got^imt cxpoienced rider, 15.1 
hands, 4-H project horse. $1,000 
negotiable. 427-2803. 
24 4t7/23 



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LIVING ROOM FURNITURE . 

Umg sofa and matdUng Lo^ 
snt; bd^, rust, awl green. Like, 
new, $400. 625-3565. 

25 12/23 

CALIFORNIA KING Mattress. 

Box Si^np, franw and bran 

headboard. Good condition. 

$150. Koytl Blue Quiwt - Bound 

ed^, ^xxl condition. $50. CaU 

481-5262. 

25 lt7/23 

WEDDING GOWN • SIZE 11- 

12, nevo- used. Um$ trun, white, 

one year old. 468-2009. 

25__ 4t8-6 

BEN nANKUN STOVE - 26" 

(VOibig, tdth glass dwm, out 
inm tiinmed in ^Id, used 1 
year. 484-8283. 
25 4t8-6 

ORIENTAL CHEST • LARGE 

with inlaid peari, $350 or best of- 
fer. 423-5549. 
25 4t8-6 

ICE CREAM FREEZm -Chest 

type, 18 cubic fed with stainless 

steel top. Excdlent con(Uton. 

$150,857-7164. 

25 4t8-6 

FURNITURE • SCMTA, yellow 

vdvet, Uke new, $300. 2 blue 

dnser jar lamps, $50 eadi. 340- 

0330. 

25 4t7-30 

ENCYCLOPEDIAS • 1979 

edition (New Age). Plus 16 
volume set of dasdcs. 4 medicd 
itfCTOice boob, worth $1200, 
asking $875. Cdl 444-6717 bet- 
ween 8 and 4. 
25 4t7-30 



BASEBALL • PINBALL 

Machine - Old timo- f r«n Oomu 
View arausonent park. Or^ for 
den or bar. $250. 486-6572. 
» 4t8/13 

DINING ROOM SET • Antique 

round oak taUe iHth tand <»- 

ved U(His' heads at tase and cbw 

fed, refteished. 6 fkkU^ic^ 

chdrs. wrfbddied, $1500. 420- 

5426. 

26 4t8/l3 

ANTIQUE RCA VICTROLA • 

1939 record play» and AM/FM 
n^o. Wood oitHnet. good con- 
dition, old rMords included. 
$125,543-1165. 
26 417-30 



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QJSCmC STOVE • MNUS. 

oven, clock, fiorescent light 
across top. Westlnghouse, 
$35.00 at make offer. C^ ^2- 
1768 after 5 anytime oa nvdcoi- 
ds. 



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DRYER - wmiLFOOL de(^iic 

dryer, white, 5 cyde, 3 tern- 

paittara, heiwy duty, nc^at 

GonAtion, used only 9 months. 

$165.48M7r. 

£ 4t7-30 

SEWING MACHDW in cabinet. 
OvCThaukd re^ntly. WUl ttadi 
for eraiMy crtteet or sdl fOT$40. 
or bed offer. CaU 482-1768 after 
5. Anytlnw wedcends. 
27 IT 



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FARB STREET FLEA orarket - 
optm Hiun.-Sun., 104. Come 
on in ami taowse r<Hmd! 8 <ttf- 
(atiA sho|». 3450 Azalea Cktf- 
denRd. 857-0477. 
28 TF 



ORGAN - YAMAHA, Dk-40A 

with bench, 3 keyboards, 

aut(Mnatic rythm and bass, nM 

top cover, too many fcaturo to 

lid, ei^tent c(»KUti(Hi, $2250, 

4204668. 

30 4t7-30 



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NORVBW - RARE corns. 

N<xrf(^'s mem eoafkfbe. ftiy, 
sdl, trade. Buying dhor c(^. 
^ &Hithai> Shopping Centi^, 
NorfoUc. 853-8118. 
31 CBDTF 



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STERLING SILVER BAND- 

»ze 5Vi. Saggitarus uid Vii^ 
sign in raaed s^^ng, tovdy 
and difTCToit. $25 or best offd. 
OH 482-1768 after 6 p.m. 
32 HTF 



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PEAC»ES - MARTIN'S FAMI 
You picdc, $5.50 hdf bMhd. 
W^ contalnav. Large, plen- 
tiful, easy picking, drive cm fidd. 
FoUow PrfaKess Anne Rd. Mnith. 
Koate 615 to end. On Knott's 
IslaiKl. foUow ^ns to orduud. 
For dafly report catt 4^3564. 
429-3542,467-0775. 
33 4t8/13 

CRABS • $12 a budid, $2 a 
dozen, freA daUy. Just o^^po^te 
Hanh Seafood Rntaurant. See 
Bad Smith 340-5171. 
33 4t7-30 

FRESHLY BAKED MtEADS, 

pies aiHl dniMMMn roUs. Wh<^ 
sale or rdatt! I CaU 421-7555. 
33 8t7/30 




ffUUWOOQ . Hard wood or 
Qixed, wyi deUver, caU for 
prion. 5tt-3730. 

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SPECIAL SALE! Muteh - Bark 
and-shredded. Pr<Mects fkmot, 
retard^ grass and weeds. Trudt 
load, large, smdl. Delivered. 
CaU 853-0205 or 855*7467. 
35 [ 4t7/23 

LAWN MOWING and trimming 
- Dom at your onvaiieMe. CaU 
^1659. Adc for John Sch- 
wvtz. 

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CRAFRMAN U" Table Saw 

with ^and. Good ConditicHi. 

S300.481-S262. 

12 lt7/23 

m/m HOG AND nucroR • 

S foot CovtnsUm Buih H(^, just 
like new; Muwy FeiiuKMi 85 
ti-actor. Both in mcdlent con- 
dition. $3800 for both. 420-1866. 
37 4t8/13 



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ALL TYPES, NEW AND used 
restaurant and bar equipment. 
Dixie Equipment Company. 
1008 Granby St. 623-7073. 
38 TF 



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STEREO SPEAKERS • AR3 

Good Condition $100. Sharp 

Color T.V. . 19" diagonal 

a^eoi, |ood worlcing rondition. 

$75,481-3262. 

39 lt7/23 

STEREO . SYLVANIA 

QUADRAPHONIC AM/FM. 8- 

traclc, phonograph, 4 speakers, 

$200.00.468-2009. 

39 4t8-6 

STEREO EQUIPMENT • 
DUAL direct drive tumUble. 
casMtte deck with D<riby NR, 
Sansui itetto receiver, Pioneer 
reverb ampUfler and Pioneer 
stereo ttpe deck. $1500. 468- 
3251. 
39 4t7-30 

CAPEHART STEREO • Con- 
sole, AN/FM, 8 tr«;k, stereo, 
turntable, and recorder. > 
Beautiful wood cabinet, $250. 
543-1165. 
39 4t7.30 



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NASHUA • 1980, 14' X 56', 2 
bedrooms, furnished, washer 
and dryer, $500 and assume i29i 
VA loan. 490-1786. 
40 4t8/13 

FLEETWOOD • 1973, 3 

bedrooms, 1V& baths, living 
room with ex|»ndo, fenced yanl, 
all ai^rfimoes, am ranain on lot. 
CaU ^7-7783 between 9 a.m. 
and 8 p.m. 
40 4t8/13 

CLAYTON MOMLE IK)ME • 

14' X 60*, 2 bedrooms, 1 Vi baths, 

famished, 497-0912. 

40 4t7-30 

NEW MOON MOBILE Home - 
12' X 60*, air conditioning, fur- 
nished $4000. unfurnished 
$3000. On MiUtary Base. Must 
see to appreciate. ^l-m4. 
40 4t7-30 



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FOR SALE - REPOSSESSED 

items - 1-1978 Lindy Motor 
Home, 18Vi fwt, good con- 
dition. 1-1971 Winnebago Motor 
Home, D-24, good condition. 1- 
1972 Pace Arrow Motor Home, 
20 feet, fair condition. Call Art 
Beck, 499-2543 or Don Koble, 
583-4305. 
45 4t8-6 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Brand 
New Great Neck Beadi Condos 
are now raiting. From $400 a 
month. 2 bedrooms, washer, 
dryer, dishwasher, fireplace, 
deck, covered parking for 2 cars, 
fuUy carpeted. 481-1696. 
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PINEOAK VILLAGE APART. 
MBN1B • AppUcatfons will be 
tootfiti for future occupancy 
beginning July 21, 1980. Office 
located off of Bonney Rd., next 
to Thalia Gardens A{»rtments. 
Monday-Friday, 9-5:30 p.m. 
Equal Housing Opportunity. 
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WOULD LIKE TO RENT- 

House or apartment on or near 

oc«in from August 11-14. Mail 

reifies to : Daniel Kies, 1278 

North Kuther Rd., Sidney, Ohio, 

45365.(513)492-3396. 

50 2t7-23 



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CHESAPEAKE BEACH-For 

Rent: V& block frmn beach. One 
bedro<Hn, sleeps 4, $125 weekly, 
no pets. Availabte July 26 - 
August 16. 464-1883. 
53 4t7/23 



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HOUSE • 2 story, 3 bedrooms, 1 
teth, iar^ corner lot, central air, 
gas heat, no qualifying paid 
$10,000 equity, assume $28,000 
balance. 587-7886, 460-3471 . 
65 4t8/13 



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AIRSTREAM Travel TraUer - 
1972, 23', sleeps 4, air con- 
ditioning, bath, oup^ed, ex- 
cellent condition, $5,500. May 
see at 821 Great Neck Road, 
Virginia Beach. 481-1356. 
66 4t8/13 

MARAUDER Travel Trailer - 
1976, 28', sleeps 6, full bath, air 
conditioning, plenty of wardrobe 
space, awning, very good con- 
dition. 855-3847. 
66 4t8/13 

CMC MOTORHOME • 1977. 26 
foot, self-contained, full bath 
with shower, slee|» 6, full kit- 
chen, built-in vacuum cleaner, 3 
air conditioners, and 49,000 
miles. 

miles. $25.000. 481-7953. 
66 4t8-6 

SHASTA T1IAVEL TRAILER 

1979, sleep! 6, tandem wheels. 
sevCTal 0|Mkms, cmni^etdy con- 
taimd, mw ccmditicm, $4,000. 
CaU 424-2007. 
66 4t7/23 



BABYSIT . FOR WORIQNG 

{Nuents, any age, meals included, 
fenced yvd with a play arra, ex- 
perienced. Cr(»$road SchTOl and 
Southern Shopping Center 
ams. 588-25^. 
70 4t7-30 

BABYSITTING - MY HOME. 

experiencMl mother, lunches in- 
clude!, agM 1 ^ar and up, 
Monday through Saturday. 
References avauilable. 857-6605. 
70 4t7-30 

CHILD CARE • MY home, large 
play, area, . hcM nmds, fen^d 
yvd,^educatl5ni^ tc^. experien- 
ced. Timbo'lakei Windsor Cteksi 
Holland Road areas. 467-9193. 
70 417-30 



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BRICK A HLQCK WORK - All 

types of masonry work. Small 
jobs speciality. Call 489-1552. 
71* ff 4t8-6 



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BABYSITTING • Christian 
mother will care for your 
dilldrai. Days, Monday thnmgh 
Friday. Large yard and 
mitritious snacks. Wards Comer 
area. 583-8882 before 12. 
71 4t8/13 

ESTRADA ELECTRICAL - In- 
novations - Superior electronic 
and optical sales, service, and in- 
stallation. Busings, home, and 
auto. FrM estimates. 427-3786. 

71 4t8/13 

BABYSITTING • In my home, 
Willoughby, West Ocean View 
area. Daily, weekly, monthly 
rates. Some nights and weeken- 
ds. Judy P. Wiley, 587-1251. 
71 4t8/13 

1 WILL BABYSIT for working 
parents - Experienced sitter, 
prefo* 3 to 5 year olds, available 
Monday through Friday. South 
Norfolk 543-5238. 

71 4t8/13 

BABYSITTING - My home on 
weekday, toddlers and up. Toys 
and playmates, fenced yard. 
Weekly rates, $30 for one chile 
and $45 for two. Wedgewood 
Trailer Park, 497-6321. 
71 4t8/13 

BABYSITTING - My home, 
anytime, hourly, daily, and 
weekly rates. Any age, Kem- 
psville area. 420-5614. 
71 4t8/13 

BABYSITTING • DAYS, in my 

home, 2 years of age and up. 

Children will be with experienced 

mother, large property. 547- 

5789. 

71 ftW 

BABYSITTING - "WILL 
BABYSIT in my home week- 
days, prefer infant or preschool. 
545-5813. 
71 4t8-6 

FIR£7LACE SPECIALIST wUI 

build or repair any type 
fireplace! Satisfaction guaran- 
teed! 490-2175. 2-5 p.m. 
71 CDBTF 

MR. AND MRS. PAINTERS of 

the Tidewater area. The quality 
of a man, the smooth touch of a 
woman. Intoior-exterior pain- 
ting. 424-4687. 
Ji TFCDB 

WILL PICK UP — any unwan- 
ted Kenmore or Whirlpool 
Wksher. 486-40M. 
71 4t7.30 

AIR CONUTIONra SQtVICE 

ami i^Mir ^ Rnaonable rates, 
quick response, call anytime. 
420-0599. 

71 __wm 

AUTO CRUSHERS - Al Junk 
car removers. All cars tow^ 
away free, top dollar paid! Fast 
service. 487-9222. 
71 4t7-30 

EXPENSES TOO HIGH for 

plaa of your own? Why not 
share? We have homeowners, we 
nMd more tenants. 460-4661. Fee 
- Roommate Finding Service. 

71 4t7/23 

RENT-MAID-7 rooms clamed 
$30. Windows $2 - $4. Carpets, 3 
ro(»m and haU, $35. Ui^olstoy, 

2 piecesS35. 001625-6543. 

71 , 4t7/23 

I .*■■■> » -M HIHII I • 

TYPING -ALL KINDS, IBM 

Sde^ric, 7 days jn «^k, 428- 
5240 anytime. Sovices for small 
businesses, term papers, 
resumes, manuscripts. 



PiMc Hcddi Nwac B/A (An- 

Ctai lUlc aid AttMNUMmaeM 
nutbar oi Vm 2, PMition 
Applied F(H-, Oa State Ap- 
pHcatfawi Fom. Qualified ap- 
plicants are neednl to add to 
em|ri<^mait Usts (s) used to fill 
(N-esait and future vacancies in 
Nassawadox (Northampton 
County) (131) or Lexington 
(678), Virginia. (PubUc Health 
Nurse B): Licensure or 
eligibility for licensure as a 
Registered Nurse in the Com-' 
monwealth of Virginia and 
three years of public health or 
equivalent nursing experience 
and successful completion of 
the written examination ad- 
ministered by the Merit 
System. A bachelor's d^ee 
from a allege or university ac- 
credited by the National 
League for Nursing may be 
substitute for the required ex- 
perience and written test. 
(Public Health Nurse A): 
Licensure or eligibility for 
linnsure as a Registered Nurse 
in the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. For a detailed outline 
of duties and responsibilitin 
visit your local VEC. Salary: 
Public Health Nurse B: $13,420 
- $18,340; PubUc Health Nurse 
A: $12,280 - $16,770. State ap- 
plications are available from 
local offices of VEC A State 
agency personnel offices and 
must be received by 4KX) p.m., 
August 14, 1^0 at P. O. Box 
1104, Richmond, Virginia, 
23208. Serving equal oppor- 
tunity employers. 
lt7/23 VB 



GEORGETOWN 
COLONY 

Home sites for sale 

for 

People planning 

Homes & Custom 

Builders 

SALES GFnCE 

333ProvideiiceRd. 

CALL 464-9317 




LET YOUR PHONE DO 
THE WCMRK - CHECK 
THE OASSIFIEDS FOR 
ALL THE GOOD BUYJS!!! 



King 
a student 
at NCU 

(Continued from (»ge 15) 

test "the most difUcult 
student design competi- 
tion in the coun try." 
Sponsors are the Ameri- 
can Institute of Architec- 
ture and the Architectural 
Wood-Working Institute. 

House design wins 

King's final achieve- 
ment was the design of a 
small house on the north- 
western coast of the U.S. 
King began his work by 
doing a complete workup 
on the climate and geo- 
graphical situation of the 
house site. Then he de- 
signed the house to be 
situated on a cUff in 
Oregon overlooking the 
Pacific. 

Tlie house, described 
by King as essentially a 
•'wooden box," is s e 1 f- 
sufficient, with a windmill 
on top to generate power, 
wood-burning stoves for 
heat, andf windows open 
to the sun. 

The windows are also 
positioned for the best 
view of the ocean, with 
each rocHn otI e n t e d 
towards the natural beau- 
ty of the environment. 

This contest, sponsored 
by the National Institute 
for Architectural Educa- 
tion and the Nati o n a 1 
Building Granite Qua r- 
ries, carried a first place 
prize of$l,2(X). 



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proposals. 

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Meet 
Susan 
Miller 

YOUR NEW 

CLASSIFIED AD 

MANAGER 



Susan Miller is available Monday through Frictays 
from 8:30 a.m. to Noon, and from 1 to 5 p.m. to place 
your classified advertisement in The Virginia Beach 
Sun. 

Odl Susan at 486-3430. and place your classified ad 
in llie Virjginia Beach Sun; you*U be glad you did. 

Why not g^e her acalltoifaiy? 

486.3430 



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24 Vir^nia Beach Sun, Wednesday, July 23, 1980 



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Little Miss V.B. pageant 

The 11th Annual Little Miss Virginia Beach Pageant, 
sponsored by the Virginia Beach Department of Parks 
and Recreation, will be held Friday, July 25, 8 p.m., at 
Plaza Junior High School's auditorium. 

The theme for this year's pageant is "Anchors 
Aweighl" The fourteen contestants range in age from 7 
to 10 years. The contestants compete in three categories: 
Talent, physical fitness and evening gown. 

This event is free and open to the public. For further 
information call 467-4884. 



Give blood at the Beach 



The American Red Cross bloodmobile will make the 
following Virginia Beach stops to collect blood: 

Monday, July 29 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Ledger 
Star building, Greenwich Road. 

Friday, August 1 from 3 to 8 p.m. at the Charity 
United Methodist Church, social hall, located at Charity 
^nd Gumbridge Road. 



through at the A.R.E. Library and Conference Center, 
67th Street and Atlantic Avenue. 

The conference will deal with challenges of the family 
and issues of personhood, partnership and parenting in 
a time of sexual revolution, changing male-femate rotes 
and harried routines that seem to trivialize the 
splendors which love promises. 

Call 428-3588 \o register or for more information. 



Boys' Club seeks members 

The Boy's Qub of Virginia Beach, 4441 South 
Boulevard, is now taking registration for boys ages 
seven to 16. 

The Boys' Qub has a variety of activities including 
swimming, library, arts & Crafts, sports, trips and 
gamesroom. 

For membership information call the Boys' Qub at 
the United Way Family Center, 499-2311. 



August 6, at 9 a.m. The franchise fee for this season 
will be $100. Each team will play approximately e%ht 
games *on Wednesday nights, tentatively beginmng 
September 3. DeacUiiie for entering teams is August 18. 
For ftuther information contact Dave Van Govern, 
Virginia Beach Department oi Parks and Recreation, 
467-4884 or 467-5448* 



Junior golf tourney set 

Beach Gdfers between the ages of nine and f7 years 
are invited to participate in the Second Annual 
Tidewater Junior CJdf Tournament. 

The tournament will be held at Bow Qeek Municipal 
Gdf Course, August 13 and August 14. Raindate is 
scheduled for August IS. 

For further information, contact either the youth 
activities unit at 467-4884, or Mike Bonavita at Bow 
Creek Municipal Golf course, 486-6960. 



Football reorganization set Silver Salts sail 



Love conference slated 



. "New Age Partners and the Covenant of Love" will 
be the theme for a week-lcmg conference, August 3 



The Virginia Beach Department of Parks and 
Recreation will hold its adult flag football reorganizat- 
ional meeting August 5, at 7:30 p.m. at 4700 Recreation 
Drive. 

Team registration for adult flag football will begin 



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f Of more complete f(»^ast, read in^%;atk»^ fin* your 
Ascendant sip ^us Bit^ ^. To Md your Asemitas^ 
stp^ cottitt aheiMi'lrom %^ ^ the number of signs 
indicated. 



nmtiwm 

4 to 6 a.m. 

6 to 8 cm. 

8 to 10 a.m. 

10 to Noon 

Nocm to 2 p.m. 

2 to 4 p.m. 

4 to 6 p.m. 

6 to 8 p.m. 

8 to 10 p.m. 

10 to Midnight 

Bf^biigbt to 2 a.m. 

2 to 4 a.m. 



PrriMUe Asceadttit is: 

Same as birth si^ 
First sip f^nri^ 

Se0}Rd s^ lOlkmuig 
Third s^ f^jOmwing 

Fourth sip fo^ywing 
Fifth ^p following 
Sixth ^p foUoini^ 

Sevemb sip fiitowti^ 



(For week of July 23-30) 

t^e^ prkxity a»l dofi't 
mm r^tiv^ to i»Mrol w 
nia your ^ lite. Conmrm 
money now by ptf^ it in 
savings ii^^d of plqg cm a 
speadii^ ^im. tay the 
p(»lttdw(»1[ fw ^ture proj- 
ects. 



Ninth ^n f(dtowiz% 

Tenth s^ l^iowb^ 

Eleventh sip following 



AEIES: (Blar^ 21 U 
Afril to — Aba Aries As- 
ceadaat) -^ Projects in 
progrras coidd^ow signs ot 
comfaig sttcceat. Creative ef- 
forts are fmtmd and you 
have the <»r of impm^t 
pecq^ Favias are foitt- 
coe^aoi^finrthem! If a 
new pb is (art (tfyoiff plan, 
iitt^rvtew for it new. 

TAURUS: (April U t» 
May 21 — Mmtmmm M- 
«iiMt) - Peo|de b^tad 
[Xte scenes support ymir ef- 
forts |uid aki yoy in career 
goals. Share yoiff creative 
iiteis wiUi those in ^hsrt- 
tattve posttii^ Take tlK 
iime^ftt a«! tet ycNir tal- 
ents be known! G^ coopera- 
tkxi to meet deatfihies. 



l»SIIINI:(llsy2lttJ«ae 



ant) ~ Use your own Jwlg- 
meitt and make i^giratkins 
for im{»t>v^ients on ^ho* 
job. Let your ambition show 
^pdd saleafB»nship coukl 
t^ce you a tong my. Ymi 
may meet somet^ tiirough 
a frie^ n^ stimulate you 
nHnan^atty. 




CANCSR: (JsM 21 to 
JiUy 22 — Aiit C^M^ As- 
ceadi^) '-' Those in am- 
ative ^^is owM now wm 
ti» teoogtMimt you have 
wortel so immto wMsve. 
Good nem onM srive iff 
mail nd yoior temees are 
tod^ a^ Attnd to m^ 
imm m^t^ns ttat seem 
nectmaof. Catch up on 
bo(*k^ri^ 

LEO: (My 2S ts A^ 22 
- Mm Us AiffsHsst) - 



VIRGO: (Ai%. 23 ts bept. 

22 -* AIM 1^ A^csMlsirt) 

— Use y<»ir <^anB aad 
salesman^p to advanup 
iK>w. InCTease your ^vinp 
instead of spending the 
m&^. Socaal 2«d ilNUiciai 
sw»^s cmtf d ecnx^ ttroup 
someoi^ working b^ted the 
scmm m yma behalf. Be 
creatively imagiaative. 

UBKA: (S^M. 23 to Oct 

23 ~ Also LONra i^ieeirfaat) 

— Defer to famfly n^sibers 
who r^ ywr bkp. On the 
jolb, take m mm Bs^fi- 
ments with confidence. 
Skw pa^oaal hittiative and 
superiors will be impressed. 
Good time to reach agree> 
ments and start new proj- 
ects. 

^mW: (OtS. 23 to 
Nsv. U -^ Atas SSHflS As- 
mmtm) " IMm to the 
Urns of kived oie — t^ 
covU prove mo^ hd^^ 

Qtt tx^^m now. Pttt %e 
mamy to ywn* sa^pi »c- 
cmmt Gather lsu:^rmad 
sMi^rW, stti^ n^Mers that 
wiQ h^ 3«n ta emmt. 

SAGRTAttRm: (Mv. 22 
ts Dee. 21 - Mm 



te AfKfsftBrt) •— Oxpnuje 
ymt wmk^Bitt iml im- 
{tf@s SR^ttlSfS ixith ywff 
indi»triotnae^. Use pa- 
t^tux to smo^ 0^ any 
donn^to i^^s. Don't M 
impttp^ WK# ^Et &»M 
hurt son^Mie's leeUz^ p 
past your lips! 

CAPRICOSN: (Bee. 22 ts 
Jas. ti — AftM Opri^m 
Ascesdast) — Express 
yoursell in the ai^ <tf ore- 
attve ^leas. A M^^y could 
become a mimmUs$coaAr 
ary income. jCcmisrilma^ 
^tfuid be ftH-tteomi^ on a 
intiject (A wmk ym have 
just coi^e^. Go over 
finances to insn^tse mv- 
i^s. 

AQUARIUS: (Jan. 20 t* 
Feb. 18 — Alas A^puuriss 
Asceadsat) — Take the lead 
and further your career by 
presenting your kteas and 
pet projects. Dont pof off 
to spend time romancing ~ 
p ML steam ahead to ad- 
vance your work. Not the 
time to rest <»i your laurels 
— a raise or promotkm is 
upcoming. 

PISCES: (Feb. 19' ts 
March 21— AIss Pisces As- 
eesAurt) *- Finances im- 
prove and influential people 
notice your expeitiss. Good 
time to approach higlisr-ups 
for suppcHt on a {»t>ject. Ask 
and you win receive team- 
work and ooopsrstton. Your 
mooey*maki^ sebsn^ are 



Tidewater Silver Salts will celebrate the Waves birth- 
day with a three hour sunset cruise aboard the Carrie B 
on Saturday, July 26. 

Family and friends of members are also invited and 
all are requested to meet by 5:30 p.m. in the parking lot, 
at Dunsmore Docks located at the end of Waterfront 
Drive at Main and Boush Sts. in Norfolk. 

The cruise begins at 6 p.m. 

For information about Tidewater Silver Salts, write 
president Lorraine Gury at 4304 John SiWer Road, 
Virginia Beach, 23455, or caU 464-4446. 



Complaint forms available 



The Virginia Beach Consumer Protection Division 
has begun distributing complaint forms throi^ the 
public libraries. 

This will save time and money for the consumer and 
the consumer protection office, according to a division 
spokesman. 

Previously, if a consumer wants to file a complaint 
the individual must request that a form be mailed from 
the consumer protection division. If the consumer 
needed quicker action, he or she had to come to the 
Virginia Bau:h Munldi^ Center to fill out the form. 
Now, the consumer can obtain coasumer infonnatum 
pami^ets and the complaint form at the library and 
mail it to the Consumer Protection Office. 

For further information concerning a consumer 
problem, contact the Virginia Beach consume protec- 
tion office at 427-4421 . 




UFO program amiounc^ 



Hie Virginia Beach publk schools i^anetarium has 
annouiKed iu pubtt; program for Aupist: 

«*UFO's and thinp tint {»» hi t]» ni^t,** will be 
shown on &uk^, Aiipist 3,10, 17,^,«id31 f rem 7 
to 8 p.m.; and m Tuesdays, August S, 12, 19, and 26, 
also from 7 to 8 p.m. 

Admission is free, but reservations tfe requested. 

Call 486-1971 few more informatioii or directions to 
theplanetariura. 



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BeliiKto B)^ly— Sun 



Li& DiMarcOt originally from Eden, New Jersey » is 18 years old and a two year Beach resident. Living in the 
Wm^bor (krits section of Vir^dm Beach, s9k gradmited from Floyd E. Kellam High School, During high school, 
shestmtied motMing at a local motkling school. Her hobbies include playing the piano, roller skating, volleyball, 
mid tennis, Hw spm^l hitem^ are music and ^wing. Liza plans to go to college to study mmw co^fOsUion. "In 
the Fall, " she said, '7 mmhi like tago to a conservatory and study music. How well I do there wmiU determine 
how long I will live in Virginia BetKH. Bit I really like it here. There is plenty to do, and a lot of good job oppor- 
tunitks.** 



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Robert White Jr., drives tractor spreading herbicide over soybeans. 



Beach agriculture 
Cash crops or crime ? 



By GREG GOLDFARB, editor. 
The Virginia Beach Sun 

*The worst problem I have,** said Virginia 
Beach fanner Robert White, **is with-4eenage 
kids that have nothing to do but tear up my 
equipment.*' 

White, who farms 
several 100 acres of 
soybeans in southern 
Virginia Beach, said 
he's always worried 
about commercial 
builders coming in 
and taking his land. 
But right now, he's 
more worried about 
the thousands- of 
dollars worth of 
damage done to his 
farming equipment by 
Goldfarb sandals. 



**rve had the engines and motors of my 
tractors destroyed,** he reported. 

**rve also found them after they*ve been 
crashed head on. Kids also ride around in my 
crops in their vehicles and tear them up. 





**The police can't ever catch 
the kids while they're doing the 
damage, and I can't afford the 
insurance to protect myself 
—White 





Robert White, St. 



•The police can't ever catch the kids while 
they're doing the damage, and I can*t afford 

(See EQUIPMENT page 5) 



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Virginia Beach Sun. Wednesday, July 30. 1^) 3 




Oin<)Oldfiirb--S«m 



The forthcoming arts and convention center. 



Stimulate Beach economy 

Phase one 
on new center 
ready to open 



Tlic exhibition section of the $18 million Vir^nia B^ch performing 
arts and multi-purpose convention center will be turned over to the 
city this week. The theatre section is not expected to be ready until the 
end of this year. 

Located at 1000 19th Street, initial construction of the center began 
on Valctttine*s Day, 1978. 

Vurglniii Beach Convention Bureau manager, Hugh Barton, said the 
new center is expected to be an economic asset to Virginia Beach. 

"We expect the new paviUion will bring in guests over the winter 
mid fdl and winter months," the 23 year Beach resident said. 

"It wiU altow the toich, with 7,000 hotel rooms, to extend its 
tourist season. Now those thousands of rooms are only used four 
months a year. By increasing the occupancy, we will also increase the 
city's economic tax bases . * * 

The center wiU be managed by Jim Ricketts. 



Bulletin Board continued 

Over 70 craftperscns from throughout the East Coast 
will be exh^iting and demcnstrating crafts. 

The Folk Arts Festival is free to the pubUc and 
parking is available. Food and beverages will be 
available for purchase durt^ tl^ Festivd. In case of 
rain, the Festival will be held at the Virginia Beach 
lecreatioo Centcr/KempsvUle. The outer is located at 
goo Monmouth Lane in the Kempsville section of 
^guiia Beach. 

For further information, contact the Virginia Beach 
IJepartment <rf ftute and Recreation, 4700 Recreation 
Drive, or call 467-^84. 



Doctor exhibits work 



The wt^-ks of Sue Doctor will be exhibited at the 
Ocecnfront ^anch of the Virginia Botch PubUc 
Uteary dor^ the m<mth <^ Ao^ist. The simv Is |»rt 



of the library's annual juried exhibition of Tidewater ar- 
tists. 

Doctor works primarily in watercolor, collage, batik 
ami p<»traiture. ^e omsis^itly explores color and 
mov«nent m an attempt to express a rhythm of line ami 
color. 



New number for Parks/Rec. 

The Virginia Be»:h Department of Parte and 
Recreation announces the change in the telephone 
number at the Virginia Beach Recreation Center 
/Kempsvilte, effective August 3. 1980. 

The new telephone number will be: 495-1892. 



Bloodmobile volunteers sought 

The An^iom Red Cross, Ti^ifater Chapter, U in 
need of Vir^ia Beach vohmteers to ifcHiate a few houn 



weekly or monthly to help on Bloodmobiles in the local 

area. 

Special instruction is provided in the areas of donor 
rcfistration, pulse and temperature taking, ccrflection 
bag labeling, donor room and canteen assistance. 

Fw^ more information, or an appointment to dacuss 
the role of the volunteer in Red Cross, call 446-7749. 



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4 Viritnia BeMh Sun, Wednesday, July 30, 1980 



Of The Sun newspaper 

We can't 
keep enough 

"We can't keep enough of The Virginia Beach Sun 
newspapers in stoclc," said Pocohontas Pancake House 
co-owner George Chrysostomides, whose Atlantic 
Avenue restaurant is selling between 75 and 100 Sun 
newspapers a week. 

"In fact, my only complaint," Chrysostomides said, 
"is that we don't get more of them to sell." 

Chrysostomides said The Virginia Beach Sun sells so 
well for him because it is chocked full of Virginia Beach 
information. 

"I think we sell a lot of ^he newspapers," he said, 
"because it has a lot of local names and activities in it. 

"It also includes a listing of Virginia Beach night 
spots, which the tourist, in addition to the locals, really 
enjoy. 

"The cover photo usually catches the potential 
reader's attention, and after they review the inside news 
and feature stories, that paper is sold. 

"The Sun is selling quickly in my establishment, and 
I'm glad. It's good business for the Sun, and for me." 

To dbtribnte the Sun In your bnsiiicss, caU 486-3430, 
and ask for the editor. 




Chrysostoifi^ 



The Virginia Beach Sun now is available at the 
following locations during regular business hours: 

Pocohontas Pancake House, 35th and 

Oceanfront 

Sea Vacationer, 34th and Oceanfront 

LaPlaya Motd, 33rd and Atlantic 

Peter Pancakes, 33rd and Oceanfront 

Ocean Ranch Hotel, 32nd and Oceanfront 

Ocean House Restaurant, 3108 Atl^tic 

Avenue 

Gulfslream Hotel, 29th and Oceanfront 

Sea n' Sun Motel, 29th and Oceanfront 

Best Western Viking Motel, 28th and 
Oceanfront 

Mardi Gras Motel, 2802 Atlantic Avenue 

Broadwalk Inn, 2604 Atlantic Avenue 



The Seahawk Motd, 26th and Oceanfront 
Ingram Pharmacy, 25th and Oceanfront 
Hfrfiday Inn, 25th and Oceanfront 
Princess Anne, Motel, 25th and Oceanfront 
Simmons Photo, 2510 Atlantic Avenue 
News Center, 23rd and Oceanfront 
NautOus Gift ShMip, 22nd and Oceanfront 
The Maijuc, 22nd and Oceanfront 

The Orif^nal Sub Shop, 2Znd and Ocean- 
front 

Rii^^de Restawmit, 22nd and Oceanfront 
House of Qfts, 2202 Atlantic Avenue 
Barr's PiiarmM:y, 17th and Atlantic 
Ivatthoc Motel, 2023 Atlantic Avenue 
Aqauritts Motel, 19th and Oceanfront 
Oarke'sCocktaihi, 19th and Oceanfront 

Fbreslde News and Bookstore, 3113 Pacific 
Avenue 



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Petor Paslhncakes, 

Atlantic Av^ue 

Lake Wright, 

Northampton, Boulevard 

Bamada Inn, 

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Holiday Inn, 

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Equipment insurance expensive 



(Continued from ptfe 2) 

the insurance necessary to protect myself. I 
don't know what I can do.'' 

Extension agent agrees 

Virginia Beach extension agent Jim Belote 
agrees that the farmer is bi^ically helpless to 



Soybeans grow in rows. They need much rocmi to 
gprttdout. 




cmnbat the barrage of destructive kids. 

"I've been working for the city now for four 
years," Belote said, "And I've only heard of 
three or four cases of trouble. I admit it hap- 



*Tann vandalsim is definately 
a problem, but a dty with a 
population of 265»000 has got 
to expect problems'*— Belote 




pens, but many cases probably are not repor- 
ted. 

"Farm vandalism is definitely a problem, 
but a city with a population of 265,000 has got 
to expect some. 

"There's really nothing the farmer can do, 
short of taking his equipment back to his home 
farm every evening, which is not really 
possible. 



'*Some kids back talk their 
parents, but mine don't. Tve 
been working in the fields since 
I could walk. I don't under- 
stand why children go un- 
supervised. "—White 



"The other thii^ they can do is, work with 
the Beach young fanners organization, and 
have their machinery a^id equipn^nt stamped 




A FINANCIAL 
HEADSTART 

while you're still 
a student... 

Aff^^ insurance program designed 

specifically for the student between ages 6 

to 25. 

It's a program that offei^: protection to 

age 30, an unusually low rate, and a 

guarantee of convertil^illly to permanent 

insurance at standard rat^ any time up to 

age 30. 

It's the American Youth .Master. Call 

your Life and Casualty agent if y^u want a 

headstart in life. 



IFE & CASUALTY 




White, in an ocean of soybeans. 



with an identification number for possible 
future tracing.'* 

Henley aciuiowledges problem 

Virginia Beach councilwoman Barbara 
Henley agrees that farm vandalism is a 
problem, but stamping the equi{Hnent has 
limited value. 

"Farm vandalism is a periodical problem," 
she said, "depending on where you are 
Jocated. 




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The Disabled Americans off 
lUewater desperaMy need yow 
housetohl dhcante to raise funds 
for dfoabled Veterans. We need 
^ithliv (men's, women's, and 
diMren's) small an^nces, fur- 
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6 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, July 30, 1980 




"Starry eyed* ' by Beach photographer, and exhibitor, Susan Best. 

UOntCSl Sei .^^ second annual exhibition of photography, sponsored by the Virginia Beach 

for ohOtOS ^^^^ ^"^' *^" ** ^^ *^ Pembroke MaU. July 31 through Atiguft 2. 



Weaver marries Harrell 



Alexander Baptist Church was 
ti» s^ing for the recent after- 
iKX>ii marriage of R^tecca Lynn 
Harrell of Chesapeake and 
Russell Charles Weaver of 
Vii^niaB«wh. 

Dr. Ray O. Jones perforaod 
the double ring ceremony. 
Bridesmaids were Janet 
Griswold, Shirrell Currie, 
Ramona Harrell, Trade Harrell 



and Amber Harrdl.' Gro(»men 
were Dailey Harrell, Jerry 
Evans, Larry Currie. Fred 
McKenzk aiul I^urrell Thomsen. 
A reception was hdd in the 
Mciil haU of the churdi wltii 
Diane Hurdl, Siaron Harrell, 
Rmee Humucker ami EuiUce 
Qny serving. Hm OMipte left fcNr 
a hcmeymoon at Nap Head and 
will raside in PortsmouUi. 



Hogue and Cox united 



The iMunriage of Juiet UnUie 
Cox, daughte of Mr. and Mn. 
Herbert B. Cox, of JarrettvUle, 
MD., and Rictard Qu^op^ 
Hogue, son of Vii^lnia htKh 
Mr. and Mrs. Robot F. Hc^ue, 
took i^ace renntly at the home 
of Mr.4uid Mrs. J. Bruce Drey«, 
ofParkviIle,MD. 

The double ring i^ranony was 
performed by the Rev. Lewis 
McDonald. 

AgownofwUte 

The bride, given in marriage 
by her parenu, wm« a gown of 
white organza with off-the- 
shouMer cap^sleeves and scoop 
neckline. SUk venise lace accen- 
ted the fitted bodice and full cir- 
cular skirt with chapeMength 
train. 

Mrs. Rita Drcyer. sister of the 
bride, was matron of honor. 
Mn. Susan Brock, siMer of the 
bride and hto. Jean RothwcD 
were bri d ewa a id g . They wore 
idatficB^.4as^pMd inmu at 



with cowl mcklne and back, 
with handkereUef'bemmed 

Kfiss Kaiey Brock, the bride's 
nleoe. was flower girl. She wort a 



aepe <te Chine gown of i^k ami 
rose fl<^ i»rint. The bri(te ukl 
her attmdanu o^ed silk floral 
bouquets of pjUdaenopsis m- 
chids. dogwood-ihd ivy. 



Rirfwrt Hope, bcilm» 

Mr. Robert Hc^ue, brother of 
the groom, was tlw beitman. H^e 
ushers ^xwe Mr. J. I&uce Dreyer, 
tooUm-in-law of the bricte and 
Mr. Michad Oeai^. Mr. San- 
dra Ht^ue, ^ groom's nqriiew 
saved as ringbMra*. 

Bmh covnony and recq;Mion 
were hdd out-of-doors. Music, 
during the ceremony, was 
provided by Miss Karen 
Smitfasoa, Mr. Janm Farrar Md 
Mr. Gerald Orabcr. They per- 
formed fhvorite sdec tioB S of the 
bride and groom, such as 
•*PoUow Me," Longer" and 
**T1ieWeddii«Soiii.'* 

The teMe to a grwhMte of Bel 
Ak Mgh School and hat a B.S. 
dcjpat fai iHwriiv flTMi the 
IMvar^ of Detewtre. The 
pooa k a grataMe of First 
CoiMial M^ School aad Him. 
pdeB-Sydaey Opllne of VJrghiia, 
iHwra he recdved a B.A. depw 
taiiBMmMntaad) 




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ttad raenbers indude: Steve Pagiw, arran^r/conmmger, laid guttar and vocab; lUcfaafd Taaaweil, Keyboai^ 
Qi^ Lm^* perciiggkm; WttSpady. drums; md Suma Barnes, flutetfid voci^. 



Former Beach resident plays local club 



'*I love Virginia Beach,^* said musician, and former 
MMent Steven Pague. "But, there are not many 
here for a studio musician or technician.'* 
M, now records on his onw Ark Angel record 
hM mni tnvels the U.S. 




HU band. The Winged H«fft Band, rceoitly perfor- 
med at The Crystal re^urant at the B«K;h. 

**Our new album,"^ague said, "is getting much air- 
play in Boston, and a little bit here. It*s title is 'Watch 
the Ocean Roll,' and U available at kwal stores." 



Musk Notes 




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TAKE NOTICE 
Mechanics Lein Sale by 
virtue Section 43-34 of the 
Virginia Motor Vehicle 
Code the undersigned will 
seU at public auction on 
Monday, August IV, 19^ 
at 10 a.m. at 4^2 Virginia 
Beach Blvd. Virginia 
Beach, Va. the followbig 
Motor Cycle to satisfy lein 
on repairs. 79 Honda 
CB750L Serial No. 300- 
0401. 

CycleWorld 
David Norton, 
Service Mp. 
It7/30VB 

Ireland's 
national day 

Ireland covers an area 
of 27,136 square miles 
with a population of 
3,130,000(1975) 

The capital of the 
Republic of Ireland is 
Dublin— their National 
holiday is March 17, St. 
Patrick's Di^. 



Virginia Beach Sun. Wednesday, July 30, 19S0 7 



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Beach vegetables 

Green 
on the 
vine 



This Virginia Beach tomato is green now; but 
within days it will be red ripe, and ready for 
the dinner table. 



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Farm machinery gets identification stamps 



(Omdoued tnm pi^ 5) 

"There was^ concentrated effort years ago 
to stamp the serial numbei^ of the equipment 
on the eqmiHnent, but it'i mt a gr^t Mp 
beotuse you cam not stamp every piece of 
equipi^mt. 

"Tl» vandalism probably occurs frequ«i- 
tly, but gOM unreported. Most fanners cim't 
afford the insurance to cover such losses, so 



there is little that can be done. It is a problem 
that is likely to continue.' 



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Merrick on vandatbm 

Councilman Donald Merrick said vandalism 
in the southwn farm region of the Beach is no 
different from vandalism in the more heavily 
populated northern end. 

(See TROUBLES pi«e 8) 




Wonder 
of nature 



GuUf^s, Icdami 



A lone BMdi te^Ami, (low^ ri^t) views CH^foss, one of Ic^iml's scoik areas. 
Chillfoss, an I^i^c word mouiing "GoMtai Falls.** is within «isy driving distance 
for many^U.S. military mcml»rs, and tl«ir famttics ser^ooiin Iceland. 



13,000 

345.000 

6S,000 

TO.OOO 



TO.000 



55S,700 



100.000 
323,000 

$2,302,750 



VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC NtlTICE 
Housing and Contmnnlty Development 

Notice is given that during the week of July 21, 
1980. the City of Virginia Beach submitted to the 
tJ.S. Department of Housing and Urban 
£>evelopment (HUD) a Request and Certification 
for the release of $2,302,750. The funds are being 
requested to carry out the following activities 
which are to be administered or coordinated 
through the city's Office of Housing and Com- 
munity Development (HCD): 

ACTIVITY AMOUNT 

1. Beech wood Street Improvement 416,950 
(construction 

2. Burton Station hMghborhood Plan 

(planning project) 

3. Etoyletown Street Improvements 

(construction) 

4. Gracetown Street Impro^ments 

(engineering services) 

5. Mill Dam Sewer/Water Facilities 

and Street Improvements 
(engineering services) 

6. Lake Smith Sewer/Water Facilities 

and Street Improvements 
(ei^ineering services) 

7. Newlight Street Improvements 

(engineering services) 

8. Housing Rehabilitation Loan/Grant 200,000 

Program 

9. Real Property Acquisition 69.100 

(sewer, water & Street projects) 

10. Newsome Farm Street Improvements 70,000 

(engifleering service) 

1 1 . Relocation Assistance 

12. Soitack Strc^ Improvements- 

Phase 1 (construction) 
TOTAL 

All of the above activities arc described in the city*s 
HCD Sixth Program Year (1^»4I) Am^ication, 
which m& (tffkially submitted to HUD on April 16, 
1980. The activities include new and co^mued 
projects. These planned prcgects are to improve the 
quality <rf Community Dewtopmcnt ttrgei n^q^ior- 
hoods and do not require additional ewnnmmMtk 
review at this tim^, Tlie legal effect crfthc ••release <rf 
liinds certification** is that upon hs ai^HtJval by WJD, 
the Gty <d Virginia BeiK^h may Me the Vkxk Gram 
ftinds and HUD will have satis^JU resfNamft^i^ 
under tl^ National EnviromiMntal Mky Act ci 190. 

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Troubles begin at home 



(Cmitinued f rmn |»a^ 7) 

**I never knew* the fanners had a problem 
with vandalism,** he said, "but you've got to 
figure that vandalism is everywhere; north and 
south.** 



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Probtem In the home 

Most different Beach factions agree that 
vandalism is a problem, and many people fed 
the problem stems from poor parent super- 
vision of the d^tructive few. 

"I think the problem goes back to the paren- 
ts,** White said. 

"Many times the kids are told to go out to 
play and not to return home until durk. I 
didn't raise my kids that way; I always knew 
wh^e they were. 

"Some kids back talk their parinu, but 
mine don*t. I've been working in the fields sin- 
ce I could wdk. I don*t understand why 
children go unsuperi vsed . * * 

Merrick said, "Whenever the population is 
up in urban areas you can exp«:t problems. 
But this problem do^. extend from the home 
and the lack of training the parents provide." 



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For month of August 



Beach activities announced 



The Virginia Beach Department of Paries and 
Reo'eation fm» announced its August calendar of even- 
ts. Activitfes indwte: 

1: Ci^*wide teen coiter "Alm(»t Anything Ooes", 
register at S p.m. Prii^MS Anne High School, for more 
information please call 467-4884. 

1: Applications available for second annual 
Tidewater junior golf tournament, call 467-4884 for ap- 
pli^tions, or stop by Bow Cre^ pro shop. 

Is Paul Bunyan Eiay, ages 6 to tZ, 9 a.m. to 12 no<»i, 
panodce breakfa^, outdoes lumbajack events, r^ter 
teoi lounge, VBRC/KempsvUle. For mon information, 
caH youth services at 499-1281 . 

1: Best smite contest, 2 p.m., teens and pre-teens, teen 
lounge, VBRC/KempsviUe. CaU 499-1281 for more in- 
formati<m. 

2: Senior citizens Angles mingles dance, 7 %o 10 p.m., 
VBRC/Bow Creek. For more information, call 463- 
0505. 

2: Pre-teen sj^iash, ages 9 to 12, 7 to 8 p.m., pool, 
games, music, VBRC/Kkonpsville. More information 
caU 499-1281. 

2: Teen splash, ages 13 to 17, 8 to 9:30 p.m., pool, 
games, mu^c, VBRC/Kempsvilte. CaU youth services 
for more information, 499-1281 . 



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2: Therapeutic recreation summer tennis tournament, 
C.E.L. tennis courts, 9 a.m. For more information, <^ 
499-1281. 

2 aMd 3: Sixth annual folk arts fesUval, 10 a.m. to 7 
p.m.. Princess Anne Park, rain tocaUon, Vir^nia Beach 
Recreation Ccntcr/Kcmpsville. A celebration of old 
time crafts, music and entertainment. For more infor- 
mation, call 467-4884. 

2 aid 3s Spelunking (caving), breathing cave and 
marshall cave (near Suunton). S^n up in the adult ser- 
vices* office, VBRC/KempsviUe. For more infor- 
maaon, can 499-1281. 

2 aad 3: Second annual VBRC/KempsviUe in- 
vitational Softball tourn^oit, an invitational softMl 
tournament for adult tMis who participated in the 
c^MUtn^it's Softball leagues. Double elimination, 
evrat be^ lU 9 a.m. on Saturday and cominues 
through Sunday at the VBRC/Kempsville softball 
^Ids. Trophies awtfded to Ist phm team. For more in- 
formation, call 499-1281 . 



3: Shuffleboard tournament, 2 to 5 p.m., 
VBRC/Bow Creek. For mwe information, call 463- 

0505. 

5: Pre-teen trip to Busch Gardens, ages 8 to 12, 8 a.m. 
to 6 p.m., re^ster in the teen lounge, VBRC/Kem- 
psville. Cost plus spending money. For more infor- 
mation, call 499-1281 . 

5: Adult flag football re-organization meeting and 
clinic, 7:30 p.m., at 4700 Recreation Drive, for more in- 
formation call 467-5448. 

5 and 6: Super kids day for 25 summer youth activity 
centers at Princess Anne Park, for more information, 
caU 467-4884. 

6: Teen to Busch Gardens, age 13 to 17, 8 a.m. to 6 
p.m., register in the teen lounge at VBRC/Kempsville. 
Cost, plus spending money. For more information, call 

499-1281. 

7: Volleyball tournament, teens, 4 to 6 p.m., register 
in the teen lounge, VBRC/Kempsville. For more infor- 
(See STORIES iMie II) 



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tH)W W€WDR(}US ARE THE WORKS OP HIS HAND 



Ss a buy llHvid the King was a skepherd. Thus he was 
in very clfMe c<Nnnionl<Ni with nature. He was 
uvcrwhclmed with the glory c»r (kid*K handiwfirk. Many 
(4* the l*K|ilms that he wrote proclaim the wonder that 
he felt when amrronted with the beauty of God*s 
w(Nid. In INalm 104, we read, **(lh liird, how nMnlfoM 
ure Iliy wnrks, in wisd<»m hwil Thou made them and 
Ihe earth h Ml of TKv richer/* 



lake a IwA anNind you and feel (he wonder that IHivId 
leH. Introduce your children to the bcMMtes of MMffe. 
Seeing the world through (heir eyes may give ymt a 
new appreciation of <«od*s world. 



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Esprit Modtm Dance Company. 




Virginia Beach sponsored 

Esprit modern 
dance company 
performs this month 



Members of the Esprit Modem Dance Company, 
sponsored by the Virginia Beach Department of Parks 
and Recreation, rehearse for their upeommg perfbnn- 
ances, Sunday, July 27, 7 p.m. at the Norwegian Lady 
Park; and Saturday, August 2 at 12:45 p.m. at ftkicess 
Anne Park, as part (tf the ^ Annual Virginia Beach 
Folk Arts Festival. 

Dancers left to right are: Front:Paula Strange, Adela 
Roxas and Barbara TmdOy. Center: Terry TVinca and 
Julie Lovell. Top: Ten Owens. 



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Beach 
students 
get tips 



Whcaton and Virginia Beach students 



Wake Forest University student Jim Wheaton gives Virginia Beach junior and 
senior high students some key tips on how to master the art of debating, during the 
annual summer debate workshop held recently at Virginia Westea^ui College. 

Wh^ton, a Oroit Bridge High School graduate and former first place winner in 
state high school delate tournaments, was one of four collegiate instructors at the 
workshop, which is spcmsored by Virginia Beach Public Schools. 




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National 

artists 

perform 



Spangler and Matsumura. 



JI/mA residemi liave learned thitt performance/parti- 
(^ittion/correspondence works by artists Kmibedy 
Simigler and Yogi M^omiira of Rk^mood wiU be on 
view at the Virginia Mnseiun's Institute of Contempor- 
ary Art Ai^ust 2-17. Ahhougk the two are husband nd 
wife, this is their first collaborative exhibition. 



Stories, movies set 

(qoiriBiiedfroaipipf) 

nation, GaH499-mi. 

•sPre-teen wato- war games, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., wnt«r 
baltoons, good clean fun, bring your water |»stol, teen 
kHU^, VBRC-Kempsvilfe. Por more informatton, cafl 

«9-1281. 
•: Ttmrapeutic recreation summer programs end (play 

camps), 
t: Summer youth and teen activity centers close. 

t: Ojminastics, soccer and park day camps close. 

f: Musical show for pre-teens, 6 to 8 p.m., 
VBRC/Bow Creek. More information, call 463-0505 . 

10: Senior citizens square dance. 2 to 5 p.m., 
VBRC/Bow Creek. More information, call 463-0505 . 

10: Third annual old-fashioned ice cream social, for 
senior citizens. Entertainment and ice cream free, 2 to 4 
p.m., Room 1117, VBRC/Kempsville. Reservations 
only. Call 46743 16. 

10: "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland", 3:00 p.m.. 
Plaza Junior High School. More information, call 467- 

4884. 

10: Continental Army Band, 7 p.m., Norwegian Lady 
Park. More information call at 467-4884. 

10: Wappadoodle Puppets, Bayville Farms Park, 7 
p.m. , for more information please call 467-4884. 

11: Rap session on drugs, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., teen 
lounge, VBRC/Kempsville. For more information, call 

499-1281. 

12: Best suntan contest, 2 p.m. teen lounge, 
VBRC/Kempsville. For more information call at 499- 

1281. 

13: Parks and Recreation Commission meeting, 3 
p.m., VBRC/Kempsville. For more information, call 
467-4884. 

13: State-wide yo-yolympics, 1 p.m.. Room #117, 
VBRC/Kempsville. More information call 499-1281 . 

13: Pre-teen croquet tournament, 10 a.m. to 12 noon, 
VBRC/Kempsville. For more information, call 499- 

1281. 

13 ami 1^ Second annual tidewater junior golf tour- 
nament, for information, call 467-4884, or 486-6960. 

14: Teen trip to Bayville Farms Park, 2 to 6 p.m., 
cook-out fri^iee golf, register in the teen loitnge, 
VBRC/Konpsville. For more information, caU 499- 

Vk Patio Cook-out for te^s, 6 to 9:30 p.m., reser- 
vatimis by August 7, VBRC/Bow Creek. Call 463-0505 
for more information. 

15: Summer therapeutic recreation swimming 
por^m concludes. 

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Beach resident 

Foster sets MS records 

A rising sophomore at Kellam High School, Tim 
F<»t«, rec«itly raised $154.10 after p»ticipating in his 
fourth Multiple Sc^rosis read-a-thon. 

It is sponsored annuaUy by the Tidewater Chapter of 
tiie National Multiple Sclerosis Society. 

Tim, who also suffers from Asthma, has read over 70 

books for MS. . ^ .. „ 

He lives with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. 

FtMter. 

Noreen Gibson, MS read-a-thon coordmator, said 
she feels Tim is worthy of a special tribute. "Up until 
his ninth grade year at Princess Anne Junior High 
School," Gibson said, "Tim has always been in special 
education classes. He was taught to read, grades two 
through four, by his teacher Mrs. Alvenia LeBeouf . 

"But Tim's handicaps have made him be aware of 
other's needs. Tim has devAoped a desire to help in 
whatever way he can to aid in eliminating other's 
troubles. This desire attracted him to the read-a-thon 
the first time, and now after four of them, is more in- 
terested than ever." 




Mrs. Donald P. Foster, Tim Foster, and Noreen Gibson. 



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Travelers from acrom the nation flock to Virginia 
Beach anmially. Sone for the warm sun; some for the 
cool surf, some for both. 

But whatever the reason for visiting the Beach, there 
is one thing everyone wants to know after they get here: 
Where to go After The San Qoes Down... 



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3108 Pacific Avenue 



August 3: OMicr 
August 4-10: lUady MDx 
August ll'lt: ^mgUrd 
August 19-31: Fat Abubohs 



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July 30- August 3: Seabird 

August 4-5: The Nerve 

August 6-20: East Coast 

August 11-16: Tricks 

August 17-22: Eddte Shaw and the Wolfgang 

August 23-24: James Cotton 

August 25: Cabin Fever 



July 29 and 30: Joel Neboa 
July 31 -August 3: Qmarroa 
August 4 and 5: Jod Fntterman 
August 6 and 7: Steve and Dave 
August 8-10: Mason Rotter Line 
August 1 1: Gary Zagaay 
August 12 and 13: Jod ?Mmni 
August 14: Joe Bond 
August 15-17: LciHsOeiMe 
August 18 and 19: Mowitaln John 
August 22-24: Tri Qty RoBars 
August 26: Joe Bona 
August 29-September 1: Cimarron 
September 5: Steve Pagne 



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July 30-August 2: Ibvc 
August 3-5: Vliilala fire Band 
August 26-31: BvNt 
September 3-6: Rave 



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July 30-August 3: Snuff 

August 4 and 5: States 

August 6-7: Skip Castro 

August 8 and 9: Brice Street Band 

August 13 and 14: Home Grown Vigilante Band 

August 15-17: Cripple Creek 

Sugust 18 and 19: Street Talk 

August 20-24: Super Grit Cowboy Band 

August 27-Scptembcr 9: Snuff 

September 10-14: BootMII Express 

August 11 and 12: Rave 

August 25 : Good Humor 

August 26: Snuff /Street Talk 



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July 29- August 3 : Stdrcase 
August 3: Robbin Thompson/States 
August 5-10: Hot Cakes 
August 12-17: Dazzle 
August 19-24: Hot Odces 
August 26-30: Staircase 
August 31: Robbin Thompson 



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July 30-August 2: Hot Cakes 
August 6-10: Hot Cakes 
August 13-16: Voltage Brothers 
August 20-23: Kid Shalenc 
August 27-30: Hot Cakca 
Septonber 3-6: Hot Cakes 
Sq)tember 10-13: Sandcaslle 
September 24-27: Voite^ Brothers 
October 1-4: Kid ShaifM 



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July 28- August 3: The Sounds of the Drifters 

August 4-17: Sonny Turner 

August 18-31: Sam Vine 

September 1 -7: The Sonn& of the Drifters 



July 30-31 : Jason and the Jets 



15th & Atlantic Avenue 



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After The Sun Go^ Down continues on the next pi^e 




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Backdoor Pub, 1284 U^n Road: Tht Madiiatter, 

Tuesdays through Sundays, 9 p.m. to 1 a.in. 



CkuigpllMdc n, 1284 Laskin Road: DeMIc Fvlehcc, 

Wednesdays throuib Sundays, 8:30 -.m. to 1:30 a.m. 



Howard JobiUMm's, 39th and Atlantic Avenue- ' 
"The MeCtoud Band" appearing nighUy. ! 



Hmit Rooiir,ori^nal CaValier Hotel, 42nd Street; t^ | 
band sounds of Tonnqr Gwaitaey, Fridays and Satur- 
days, 8:30p.m. to 12:30 a.m. 



Orion'g Roof, 42nd Street, top of new Cavalier 
Hotel; big band sounds of Al DeHaais, Tuesdays 
through Sundays from 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Mondays: 



Round Room, Saturday nights: Billy Morris and Or- 
chcftra, 8:30 p.m. to Sunday, Tuesday, and Fridays, 
**Oidles but Goodies." 




Snuff, appearing this week at Country Comfort. 



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After The Sun (joes Down is presented free 
of charge by The Virginia Beach Sun 
newspaper as a public service to its rmtders. To 
include your bar or nightclub featuring Hve en- 
tertainment in After The Sun Goes Down, 
send information to The Virginia Beach Sun, 
138 Rosemont Road, 2345 L 



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** A Chorus Line" cast members. 

"A Chorus Line*' opens in area 

Virginia Beach residents are invited to see "A Chorus Line.'* being performed in Chrysler Hail. Norfolk, begin- 
ning Wednesday, August 24, at 8 p.m. Call 627-2829 for more information or reservations. 





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Beach residents write questions 



Extension hotline open at Beach 



By ANNE PRINCE, VPI extension agent 
SpeciiU to the Sun 

**How Can I get rid of mildew"? s^ 

••I want to grow pomegranate trees in my yard, is tnis 
possible?" 

•'My fireplace has a built up layer of soot, what can I 
do?" 

These are some of the many questions "The Exten- 
sion People" can answer for you. We want to encourage 
Virginia ^ach residents to participate in this news 
column by sending us any questions you may have 
relating to home economics, horticulture, agriculture or 
4-H youth programs. Here are answers to this week's 
questions. 

Questions and answers 

Q: Wky Is it my tomato fruits turn a dark brown on 
the bottom wlien tliey are still green or Just starting to 
ripen? Corky Morse-Pembroke Manor 

A: This is called blossom-end rot. It can affect the 
fruits of tomatoes, peppers, squash and watermelons. 
The exact cause of blossom end rot is not known, but 
several contributing factors to the disorder are known. 



Blossom end rot can develop after period of drought 
or periods of heavy rainfall. A calcium defficiency can 
also contribute to the disorder. Things you can do to 
help reduce the chance of having blossom end rot in 
your garden are: 

•Maintain even soil moisture by watering your garden 
during day periods. Do not, however, water excessively. 
Putting down an inch of water a week is a good general 
guide, though sandy soils will need more. 

•Mulch around your plants. This helps to regulate 
soil moisture. 

•Fertilize and lime your soil properly based on a soU 
test. 

Q: What kind of salt should I use for pkUIng? Pat 
McNichol-Bayride 

A: There is a salt specifically marketed as "Pickling 
salt" but failing to find it-pure granulated salt is next 
best and completely satisfactory. Uniodized table salt 
can be used but it tends to make the brine cloudy due to 
additives in the salt which prevent caking. Iodized table 
salt isn't recommended because it may darken j^ckles. 

Q: If you forget to add salt when canning tomatoes 
will they spoil? Bonnie West-Sherry Park 



The Mouse That Roared— August 15-17 



(ConUnuMi from page ! 1) 

IS, U and 17: "The Mouse that Roared", 8 p.m., on 
August IS and 16, 3 p.m. matinee on August 17. 
Theatre, VBRC/Kempsville. Call 467-4884 for more in- 
formation. 

16: Gazebo gatherings: band concert, mini art show. 
3 to 6 p.m.. Bayville Farms Park, for more information, 
caU 467-4884. 

M: C.L.A.S.P. (Unce. 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.. VBRC/ 
Bow Creek. For more information, call 463-0503. 

Ms Sk^]^ 1 to 4 p.m.. #117, VBRC/Kempsville. 
Bring your own skates. For more information call 499- 
1281. 

17: Senior dtizens square dance. 2 to S p.m., 
VBRC/Bow Creek. For more information, call 463- 
0505. 

17: "Four Star Edition". Norw^ian Lady Park. 7 
p.m., free, for more information, call performing arts 
at 499-1281. 

18: Tournament of champions, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.. 
Room #117, VBRC/Kempsville, for more information 
call 499- 1281. 

, 19: Pre-teen birthday party, 2 p.m., movie and 
refreshments, teen lounge, VBRC/Kempsville. For 
more information call 499- 1 28 1 . 

19: Low handicap invitational bowling tournament. 
VBRC/Kempsville, double elimination, begins^ on 
August 19 and continues on consecutive Tuesday and 
Wednesday nights until completion. For more infor- 
mation call 499- 1 28 1 . 

19: Summer co-ed volleyball tournament, 6:30 p.m., 

gym. VBRC/Kempsville. Registration at 6 p.m.. limited 
to first eight teams, all teams must have at least two 
women, agfs 18 and up. Ribbons awarded. For more in- 
formation, (»ll 499-1281 . 

19: Community football clinic, 7 p.m., VBRC/Kem- 
psville, Room #117, for more information, call 467- 
4884. 

21: Teen dance, 7 to 10 p.m., Valid facility use card 
required. Rooms #116, #117 and #118. VBRC/Kemps- 
ville. Mor information call 499-1281 . 

22: VBRC/Bow Creek book of world records, 6 to 10 
p.m., all ages, VBRC/Bow Creek, for more infor- 
mation, call 463-0505. 

22-Sept. 2: Annual trip to Stratford Ontario, 
9iakespeare Festival, for more information, call 467- 

13: Swimming Olympics, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.. 
ViRC/K«npsville, for more information, call 499- 



23: Barn dance. 7 to 10 p.m.. all ages. VBRC/Bow 
Creek, for more information, call 463-0505 . 

23: Atlantic saddle club horee show, 7 p.m.. Princess 
Anne Park, for more information, call 467-2027. 

24: Senior citizens square dance, covered dish lun- 
cheon, 2 to 5 p.m., VBRC/Bow Creek for more infor- 
mation, call 463-0505. 

24: Langley Air Force Stage Band, Norwegian Lady 
Park, for more information. ctU 467-4884. 

26: Derby Day. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.. agei 6 to 12, teen 
kwnge, VBRC/Kempsvtite. CM FasWoned camivid, 
ho^rii^ contest, oitter crawl. Fdr more information, 
call 499-1281. 

27: Trip to Chrysler Museum, depart VBRC/Kemps- 
ville 9 a.m.. and return at 2 p.m., reservations only. 
Lunch on your own. call Myla at 499-1281 for reser- 
vations and information. 

27: Watermelon feast, 2 to 4 p.m., teens and pre- 
teens, teen lounge, VBRC/Kempsville. For more infor- 
mation, call 499- 1 28 1 . 

27: Senior citizen harbor cruise, for more infor- 
mation, call 467-4884. 

29: Teen record night, 7 to 10 p.m., VBRC/Bow 
Creek, for more information, call 463-0505. 

31: Atlantic Fleet Ceremonial Band, 7 p.m., Nor- 
wegian Lady Park, for more information, call 467-4884. 

31: Gymnastics exhibition, 1 p.m., exercise room. 
VBRC/Kempsville. Youths from the VBRC/Kempsville 
gymnastic's program will be demonstrating. For more 
information, call 499-1281. 



Fort Story beach closings 

The Virginia Beach Department of Parks and 
Recreation has announced the closing of Fort Story 
Beach, swimming area, for the fdlowing weekends in 
August: 

August 1 through August 3; and August 8 through 
August 10. 

Give blood in Bayside 

The American Red Cross Bloodmobile wiH collect 
blood on Monday. August 4, at Bayside Medical Plaza, 
doctor's lounge, from noon to 5 p.m. 

The plaza is located at 816 Independence Boulevard. 



A: No. The small amount of salt suggested when can- 
ning vegeubles is not necessary for safe |»'ocessing. The 
salt adds flavor but may be omitted. 

Q: Why te It my Miuash plant suddenly wilts and 
within a short period dies? I find the stem Imsc b soft 
and mushy as weH. Amanda Jones-Ocoinfront 

A: The squash vine borer is the cause of the damage. 
It can attack squash and melons, including cateloupe 
and pumpkin. The borer is the larval stage of a moth 
that lays her eggs on the plant stem base. The young 
borers penetrate the sten^and burrow towards the base. 

Usually the first sign of borer damage that you will 
notice is vine wilting, and by then it may be too late to 
save the plant. The most effective method of controlling 
the squash vine borer is to use a preventative spray of 
malathion or methoxychlor, spraying the plant stem 
base once a week, for a month, starting m late June. 

If some of your plants already |lave the borer, locate 
the wound and slit down the stem towards the base with 
a razor blade or sharp knife until you find and destroy 
it. Mound moist soil up around the split stem and 
hopefully new roots will develop. 

Q: How do you freeie com on the cob? Velda Cartec- 
Oceana 

A: Remove husks and silk and wash the com. Sort the 
ears according to size. Heat in boiling water: 
Small ears (less than 1 Vi " in diameter) 7 minutes 

Medium ears 9 minutes 

Large ears (over 1 Vi * Mn diameter) 1 1 minutes 

Drop the ears of corn into ice cold water. Drain well. 
Pack ears into freezer contaii^ or wrap in moisture- 
vapor resistant material. Seal and freeze at 0* F. or 
below. 

Send you questions to the Extension People'* c/o 
Doris Campbell-Department of Agriculture/Coop^- 
ative Extension Servioe. Munidpil Center, Va. Beach, 
Va. 23456. 



gQd Deadlines 

News deadline for the VIRGINIA BEACH 
SUN is 5 p.m. Friday for the following 
Wednesday's edition. 

Articles must be legible, preferably 
typewritten, double-spaced on standard sized 
paper. 

Pictures must be sharp, dear and 
accompanied by complete information. (All 
persons in pictures must be identified.) 

There is no charge for news article or 
pictures. " 

Pictures cannot be returned unle» special 
arrangements are made. 




¥iQnK RIRiVBmiNE. CALL 

486-3430 Sun/Post Classifleds. 
Fast results for Buym and Sellers. 



Virginia B^tch Sun, Wednesday, July 30, 1980 15 







Ragland wants 
to be a singer 

"I'm working with a promotional agent to ^ 
be a singer," said this week's SUNshine girl 
Debbie Ragland. 

**I don't care in what city I sing, Virginia 
Beach or New York. I'm a songwriter and 
composer and want to show my talent. ' * 

Ra^md» the 21 year old daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Mason C. Ragland, Jr.. is a 1977 
Princess Anne High School graduate. 

She was the third runner-up in the Miss 
Princess Anne pagwmt, 1976; a cheerleader, 




Ragland is an area £sc jock^f . 




three years; and Miss Raider, "Early on in 
school," Debbie said. 

She has ^so held the titles of Miss Ski 
Virginia, 1979-80, sponsored by the Virgnia 
Beach Ski Center; and a Miss Neptune Festival 
representative, 1976. 

She entered Tidewater Community College 
in 1978, studying law, but withdrew from 
school after losing interest in the subject. 



**I enjoy spinning records, but 
I want to further my singing 
career''— Ragland 




Debbie Ra^and 



ae later became a secretary/bookkeeper 
for a 1^ cr^t Imr^u. But l^r love of music 
eventwrtly lead her to d^ jockeying for tl« 

bist three years. 

**I enjoy spinning records," Debbie said, 
"but I want to fitfther my singing career." 
Right not, I have no r«:ord contracU." 

She enjoys country music, and eating at Sir 
Richard's Rib House, and the Charthouse. 

Her hobbies include karate, racquetball, 
tennis, singing, and local theatre. 

Debbie is 5'2" tall; weighs 104 pounds, has 
blue ey« and blonde hair. 




A bathing suit helps Ri^laiMl cool off. 



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NOTICE OF PUBLIC BEARING 

The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals will 
conduct a Public Hearing on Wednesday. Ai^ust 6. 
1980, at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 
Administration Building, Municipal Center. Vbginia 
Beach, Virginia. The stafT briefing will be at 7:00 p.m. 
in the Oty Manager's Conference Room. The fdlowing 
applications will appear on the agenda. 
REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. John.W. Landrum, Jr. requests a variance to allow 
parking of major recreational equipment in front of a 
building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 4, Block A, 
Section 6, Fairfield, 5237 Pleasant HaU Street. 
Kempsvilie Borough. 

2. Jeffirey A. Snyder requests a variance to allow 
parking of major recreational equipment in firont of a 
building instead of behind the nearest portion of a 
building adjacent to a public street on Lot 35, Part 4, 
Section C-1, Iiulian Lakes, 4900 Aquarius Court. 
Kempsvilie Borough. 

3. Larry W. Gears requests a variance to allow parking 
a major recreational equipment in fi'ont of a building 
instead of behind the nearest portion of a building 
adjacent to a public street on Lot 13, Block C-C, Section 

4. Aragona Village, 640 IVson Road. Bayside Borough. 

4. Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Krehely request a variance 
to allow parking of major recreational equijmient in 
fi-ont of a building instead of behind the nearest portion 
of a building adjacent to a public street on Lot 5, Block 
G, Section 1, Part 2, Stratford Chase, 5216 Foxboro 
Landing. Kempsvilie Borough. 

5. Harold G. Cody requests a variance of 3 feet to a 7 
foot side yard setback (north side) and of 2 feet to an 8 
foot rear yard setback instead of 10 feet each as 
required (swimming pool) on Lot 71, Block H. Section 2, 
Laurel Cove, 1301 Whisper Drive, lynnhaven Borough. 

6. Roddfo M. Medina requests a variance of 2 feet in 
fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required side yard adjacent to a street 
(Green Meadows Drive) on Lot 13. Block A. Section 
1-A, Larkspur Greens, 4424 Lark Lake Court. Kemps- 
vilie Borough. 

7. McDonald's Corporation requests a variance of 2 feet 
in fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence 
as allowed in a required fi'ont yard setback on a Parcel, 
Subdivision No. 1 of Property of John W. Smith, et al. 
Amphibious Manor, 5151 Shore Drive. Bayside 
Borough. 

8. Frederick W. Rudiger requests a variance of 10 feet 
to a 20 foot front yard setback (Alpine Drive) instead of 
30 feet as required (swimming pod) on Lot 19, Broad 
Bay Cdony, 2600 Broad Bay Road. Lynnhaven 
BorcHigh. 

9. Ointon Bradshaw requests a variance of 1 foot to a 14 
foot side yard setback (north side) instead of 15 feet as 
required and of 1 foot to a 49 foot front yard setback 
instead of 50 feet as required on LcX 33, J. C. Hudgins 
Shores, Qieswick Arch. Lynnhaven Bwough. 

10. Jerome Vincent requests a variance of 36 square 
feet of sign area to % square feet of sign area instead of 
60 square feet of sign area as allowed and to allow a 
tenant to advertise on the center identification sign 
where prohibited on Lots A, 2. 3, 4, 5 & 6, Plat of 
Greenlawn Cemetery, 5116 Virginia Beach Boulevard. 
Bayside Borough. 

11. Richard M. and Betty S. Ellison request a variance 
of 3.1 feet to a 4.9 foot side yard setback (north side) 
and of 3 feet to a 5 foot side yard setback (south side) 
instead o$8 feet each as required (screened in porch) on 
Lot 4, Block W, Section D. Cape Henry, 7804 i^lantic 
Avenue. Lynnhaven Borough. 

12. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Johnson request a variance of 5 
feet to a 5 foot rear yard setback instead of 10 feet as 
required (addition to house) on Lot 12, Block 4, Section 
2, Pbcahontas Village, 4908 Narragansett Court. 
Kempsvilie Borough. 

13. W. W. McOannan requests a variance of 5 feet to a 
1 5 foot fi-ont yard setback and of 12 feet to an 8 foot rear 
yard setback instead of 20 feet each as required and cf 2 
feet to an 8 foot side yard setback instead of 10 feet as 
required on LcA N, Seapines Road, Linkhorn Park. 
Virginia Beach Borough. 

14. Joseph J. and Lorraine Gumey request a variance of 
39 feet to an 1 1 foot ftont yard setback instead of 50 feet 
IB required and of 5 feet to a 15 foot rear yard setback 
instead (rf*^ feet as required and to allow an accessory 



use (boathouse) wl^re i^ohlbited.. without a priadpal 
use en Sites C-1 and C-2, SubHtvision oi Horace A. 
Ostola and Gannila M. Ostoia, IMt Neck Area, 3850 
Little Neck Point Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

15. William F. Walsh requests a variance oil feet in 
fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required side yard adjacent to a street 
(NOTthgate Drive) on Lot 1, Block 2, Se<^on 14, 
Princess Anne Haza, 3268 Deer Park Drive, l^nhaven 
Borough. 

16. John H. and Qara S. Taylor request a variance erf 18 
feet to a 12 foot fi-ont yard setback instead of 30 feet as 
required (carport) on Lot 8., Block AA, Section 3, 
Aragona Village, 533 Cunningham Lane. Bayside 
Borough. 

17. B, S and W Realty Co. requests a variance of 3.34 
percent of lot coverage to 33.34 percent of lot coverage 
instead of 30 percent of lot coverage as allowed and to 
allow parking in the required setback from the street 
where prohibited and to allow vehicle manuevering 
directly incidental to entering or leaving a paridng 
space on a public street where prohibited on Lot 19, 
Block 107, Unkhom Park. 318 34th Street. Virginia 
Beach Borough. 

18. Andrew Mooney, Jr. requests a variance dl feet m 
fence height to a 6 foot fence instead of a 4 foot fence as 
allowed in a required side yard adjacent to a street 
(Ashton Drive) on Lot 14, Block A. Section 1, Part 1, 
Brigadoon Pines, 5444 Stewart Drive. Kempsvilie 
Borough. 

19. Pete M. Hayes requests a variance of 3 feet to a 7 
foot side yard setback (west property line) instead of 10 
feet as required on Lot 7, Block 20, Shadowlawn 
Heights, Winston Salem Avenue. Virginia Beadi 
Borough. 

20. Justo Finones Manglicmot requests a variance d 
1.2 feet to an 8.8 foot skle yard setback instead of 10 
feet as required (east side - addition to house) on Lot 
10, Block E, Section 3, CoUege Park, 1328 Drexel 
Grcle. Kemps viUe Borough. 

21. Ralph L. Bilger requests a variance of 5 feet to a 5 
foot rear yard setback instead of 10 feet as required 
(accessory buUding) on Lot 9, Block 6, Pocahontas 
Village, 4908 Conestoga Road. Kempsvilie Borough. 
ALL APPUCANTS MUST APPEAR BEFC«E THE 
BOARD. 

W. L Towers 
Secretary 
2t7/30 VB 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
Notice is hereby given that the Virginia Beach City 
Council, at its Regular meeting, Monday. August 11, 
1980, by remand of a Circuit Court Order, will recon- 
sider: 

An Ordinance upon Application of SOLAR WASH, 
INC. for a CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT for a self- 
service car wash on certain property located on the West 
side of Pleasure House Road beginning at a point 800 
feet South of Shore Drive, running a distance of 1 10 feet 
along the West side of Shore Drive, running a distance 
of 207.5 feet along the Southern property line, running 
a distance of 1 14.7 feet along the Western property line 
and running a distance of 240 feet along the North^n 
property line. Said parcel contains .334 acre. BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 
2t7/30VB 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
An Ordinance to amend Section 13-Uof the Code of the 
City of Virginia Beach, Vir^nia to esUblish new voting 
places within the Capps Shop and Woodstock Precinct. 
Be it ordained by the Council of the City of Virginia 
Beach. Virginia; 

That Section 13-1 of the Code of the City of Virginia 
Beach is amended and reordained to read as follows: 
There are hereby established in the City of Virginia 
Beach the following election districts and their respec- 
tive voting places, as set forth below: 

ELECTION DISTRICT VOTING PLACES 



UttleNeck 
London 
Trantwood 
Cheat Neck 
Cape Hairy 

Plaza 

Windsor Woods 

Malibu 
Aragona - A 

Aragona • B 
ChesapMke Beach 

Thoroughgood 

Helton Park 

Bayside 
Davis Corner 

Kempsvilie 

Arrowhead 
Larkspur 

Woodstock 

Kemps Landing 

Kempsvilie Hl^ 

Hialia 

Mount Trashmore 

Couithouse-A 

Courthouae-B 

BrocksBridge 
Sigma 

Creeds 

Capps Shop 



Blackwater 

Cttitral Absentee Voto- 
Election Dbtrict 
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235 First Colonial Rowl 

Kintrton BmamtMiy S^ool 

Lofidon Bikife Bi^tlst Oiurch 

Trantwood Wmmtmnf School 

John B. Dey Elememary School 

Reiearch and Enligfatemnent 

Building 

Lynnhaven Elemoitary School 

Windsor Woods Elonoitary 

School 

MaUbu mementary School 

Old Donation Elementary 

School 

Aragona Elementary School 

Chesapeake Beach Volunteer 

Fire Departmoit 

ThcHTOi^good Elementary 

School 

Shelton Park Qementary 

School 

Bayside Elementary School 

B^tk F. Williams Elementary 

School 

Point of View Elementary 

Sdiool 

Arrowhead Elementary School 

Kempsvilie Meadows 

Etenwntary Sdiool 

Avalon Chivch of Christ 

844 Woodstock RoMi 

Fairfield Etementary School 

Kempsvttle Junior IW Sdiool 

ThaUa Elementary School 

United Wi^ Family Center 

Holland ElementMry School 

Coiffthouse Vdunteer Fire 

Station 

BumesStore 

San(H)ridge Vohuteer Fire 

Statton 

Creeds Vohuitcer Fire 

D^tftment 

Princess Anne Mosquito 

Control Building 

1848 Pleasant Ridge Road 

OiK^kwater Fire Station 

Oty Hatt, Grcult Court, Rm. 6 



Virginia Beach - A 
Virginia Beach - B 

Virginia Beach - C 

Seatack 

Oceana 



40th Street and Pacific Avenue 
Vir^nia Beach Junior 
High School 

Cooke Elemenury School 
Seatack Elemenury School 
Knighu of Columbus Hall 



NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 

Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 

will be held in the CouncU C3iambers d the Gty Hall 

Buildmg, Municipal Center. Princess Anne Station. 

Virginia Beach. Virginia, on Maiday. August 11. 1980, 

at 2:00 p.m., at which time the ft^owing applications 

will be heard: 

CHANCE OF ZONING DISTRICT OASSIFICATION: 

BAYSDfflE B(«OUGH: 

1. An Ordinance upon Application of C^unpus East 
Assodates for a CHANGE (^ ZCMNG mSPmCT 
CLASSIFICATia^ from R-5 Residential Dbtrict to A-1 
Apartment District on certain property located at the 
Northeast intersection of Bidcer Road and Wesleyan 
Drive (ProposecO, running a distaiK:e cS 123.49 feet 
along the East sMe of Baker Road, running a distance 
of 450.74 feet akmg the Northern property line, running 
a distance (tf 260.44 feet along tl» Eastern property line 
and running a distance oi 529.93 feet akx^ the 
Southern property Une. Said parcel coittains 2.2^ 
acres. BAYSIDE BOROUCHl 

CONDrn<»lAL USE PERMIT 
KEMPSVEUB BCatOUCH: 

2. An Ordinance upon Application d Sandra S. 
ArchebeUe for a CONKTICH^AL USE PERMIT for a 
home occupation (draperies) on certain property 
located on the North Side of Partridge Drive beginning 
at a point 500 feet more or less East of Sunnyside Drive, 
running a distance erf 28.94 feet along the North side of 
Partridge Drive, running a distance of 169.76 feet along 
the Eastern prt^erty line, miming a distance of 91 feet 
in a Nathwcsterly direction, running a distance of 
93.50 feet in a Southwesterly ^direction and running a 
distance of 135.91 feet along the Western prc^rty line. 
Said parcel contains .33 acre. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 



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3. An Ordinance upcn Appucauon ot w. W. Reasor 
Enterprises for a CX)NDmONAL USE PERMIT for 
mini-warehcRises on certain property located on the 
East side of Lord Dunmcs-e Drive beginning at a point 
737 feet more or less North of Providence Road, 
running a distance of 113 feet along the East side of 
Lord Dunmore Drive, running a distance of 1208.82 feet 
along the Nortt^m in-operty line, running a distance of 
131.83 feet in a S<Mitherly cUrection, running a distance 
of 25 feet in an Easterly direction, running a distance of 
89.87 feet in a Southerly direction, running a distance 
of 292 feet in a Westerly direction, running a distance 
of 56.57 feet in a Northwesterly direction, running a 
distance of 218 feet in a Westerly direction, running a 
distance of 132.54 feet in a Northwesteriy du'ection ami 
running a distance of 540 feet in a Westerly direction. 
Said parcel contahis 4.553 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BCHlOUCHi: 

4. An Ordinance upon Application of S & C Company 
for a CX>NDm(»4AL USE PERMIT for housing for the 
elderly on certain property located on the East side of 
MaUbu drive beginning at a point 188.34 feet South of 
Alcott Road, running a distance of 75.34 feet along the 
East side (tf maUbu Drive, running a distance of 100.45 
feet in an Easterly direction, ruiming a distance of 
141.99 feet in a Southerly direction, running a distance 
of 485.82 feet along the Southern property line, running 
a distance (^280 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 458.97 feet along the Northern 
property Une, nmaing a distance of 87.89 feet in a 
Southerly directkm and running a distance of 100.45 
feet in a Westerly direction. Said parcel contains 3.390 
acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
SUBDIVISK»1 VARMCE: 

5. ApjpeiH from Dectsioos (tf Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordm- 
ance. Subdivision for Mabel G. Brock. Property located 
850 feet North of Camt^U's LancUng Road, 2850 feet 
East ctf Dudley's Road. Plats with more (ktailed 
information are avaibUe in the Department of 
Planning. 

AMENDMBKF: 

6. Motion of the Planning Commission of the Qty of 
Virginia Beach, Virgmia, to amend and reordain Articte 
1, Section 111 of the Camprel^nsive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to borrow pits. More detailed infomuition is 
available in the Department of Planning. 

7. Motion of the Planning Gommission erf the Qty (tf 
Virginia Beadi, ^rginia, to amend and reordain Article 
2 of the Com|»rehensive Zoning Ordinmce pertabiing to 
borrow pits. More detafled information is avaiteble m 
the Department of Pfamning. 

8. Modon of the Ptenmng commission (rf the City of 
Virginia Beiu;h, Virginia, toimenduid reordam Articte 

3, Section 301 oftlM Comprehensive Zomng Qrdimmce 
perti^iiBg to borrow i»u. More detaU^i information is 
available in the Department oi Flami^. 

9. Motion (tf the Pfamning Commission (tf the Qty of 
Virgim Beach, Virginia, toamend and reordain Artkde 

4, Section 401 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordmance 
pertaining to borrow pits. More detailed information is 
availabte in the Department of Planning. 

10. Motion of the Plamung commission of the Qty (rf 
Virginia Beach, Vi^ima, to ameiKi aiMi reordain Artide 

5, Sections 501 and 581. of the Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordhiance pertaining to borrow pits. More detaikd 
information k available in the Department of Planning. 

11. Motion (rfthe Wanning Commission rf the Oty of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, toamend and reordain Artkle 

6, Section 601 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to borrow pits. More (tetailed information is 
available in tl» Department of Planning. 

12. Motion of the Manning commissk» <rf the Oty of 
Virginia Beach, Vu-ginia, toamend and reordain Article 

7, Section 701 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pertaining to borrow pits. More detailed information is 
available in the Department dF Planning. 

13. Motion <rf the Planning Commission of the Oty of 
Virginia Beach, Vu-ginia, to amend and reon^un Article 

8, Section MI erf the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinana 
pertaining to bowow pits. More ^tailed information is 
available in the De|»fftment (rf Planning. 

14. Motion of the Hanning Commission <rf the Qty <rf 
Vu^ginia Beach, Virginm, toamend and reordain Article 

9, Section 911 crfthe Comprelwnsive Zonuig Ordinan<^ 
pertaining to borrow jMts. More detailed information is 
available in the Departinent (rf Planning. 

15. Motion (rf Uie Ptonning Commission erf the Oty (rf 



Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and reordain Artide 

10, ScctioK 1001 and 1011 of the Comprehensive 

Zoning Ordinance pertaining to borrow pits. More 

detailed information is available m the Department of 

Wanning. 

Hats with more detailed information on the above 

applications are availabte in the Department of 

Planning. 

Ruth Hodges Smith 

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running a distance <rf 8^.32 feet along the Southern 

property line and running a distance of 587.70 feet 

along the East side of Air Rail Avenue. Said parcel 

contains 8.945 acres. BAYSIDE BCMIOUGH. 

Plats with more detailed information are available in 

the Department of Planning. 

Ruth Ifodges Smith 

atyOerk 

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NOnCE (W PUBUC HEARING 
Virginia: 

The regular meeting of the Council of Virginia Beach 
will be held in the Council Chambers of the Qty Hall 
Building, Municipal Center, Princess Anne Station, 
Vu^ginia Beach, Virginia on Monday, August 18, 1980, 
at 2:00 p.m., at which time the foUowing applications 
will be heard: 

CHANCE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

1. An Ordinance upon Application of Morman E. and 
Barbara A. Scniggs for a CHANCE OF ZONING 
DISTRICT CLASSIFICATICM^ from R-8 Residential 
District to B-2 Community-Business District on certain 
property located on the South side of Kempsville Road 
beginning at a point 282.84 feet West of Centerville 
Turnpike, running a distance of 274.59 feet^ong the 
South side of Kempsville Road, running a distance of 
433.55 feet in a Southeasterly direction, runiOng a 
distance of 199.01 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 114.47 feet in a Soutiieasterly 
direction, running a distance of 229.38 feet along the 
West side <rf Centerville IHimpike, ninning a distance 
of 198.27 feet in a Southwesterly direction and runnmg 
a distance <rf 171.30 feet in a Northwesterly direction. 
Said parcel contains 2,39 acres. KEMPSVIEIE BOR- 
OUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUCH: 

2. An Ordinance upon Api^cation of Gerabline Y. 
Stephens for a CHANGE OT ZONING EHSTlUCr 
CLASSIFICATION from R-6 Resi^ntial Distri*^ td A-2 
Apartment District on certain property located on the 
South side of Od Virginia Beadi Road beginning at a 
point 450 feet more or tess East of North Birdneck 
Road, running a distance of 244.53 feet along the Soutii 
si^ of Old Virginia Beach Road, ruiming a distance oi 
330.14 feet along the Eastern property line, running a 
distance <rf 179.67 feet akng the Soutiiem property line 
and running a distance ci27QA5 feet along the Western 
property Hne. SakI parcel contains 1.36 acres. 
LYI^4li\#N IKHlOXm. 
C0HDrnC»4ALU^ PERMIT: 

LYbWHAVEN BCWOUCat 

3. AnOrdiaaneeiipon^n>lteation c^Ben Frank's, Inc., 
for a C»iraTI»IALUSE PERMIT for an autonwjbite 
repair establistawnt (bistaUatkn of T-Tops and Sm 
Ro(^) on certain pmptTty located on the North skte oi 
Virginia Bei^ Bootevard beginning at a point 296.7 
feet West of First Colonial Road, running a distance of 
170 feet along ti» North side of Viiginia Beach 
Boutevard, running a diStaiM^e of 275 feet aloi^ the 
Western property line, running a distance of 100 feet 
along tiie Northern property Une, ruiming a distame <rf 
184 feet in a Southerly direction, running a distance of 
70 feet in an Easterlv direction, and runnina a distance 
<rf91 feet in a Southerly direction. Said parcel contains 
.78 awe. LYNNHAVEN BOROUOI. 

VIRGINIA TOACH BOROUGH: 

4. An Ordinance upon Apfrtication of Geraldine Y. 
Stephens for a 00hn>m(»^AL USE mERMIT for a 
duplex on certain property located on the West side of 
Mediterranean Avenue beginnmg at a point 50 feet 
south <rf 13th Street, running a distance of 75 feet along 
the West side of Mediterranean Avenue, running a 
distance of 125 feet along the Southern property line, 
running a distance of 75 feet aiom the Western 
property line and running a distance of 125 feet along 
the I^ferthem property line. Said parcel contains .215 
ac^e. VIRCHNIA BEACH BC^OIXjH. 

BAYSn^ 9(m^Km: 

5. An OrdfaiMice upon Application of J. Henry I^and 
Corporation for a CC»©nK»IAL USE PERMIT for tiie 
erectten <rf a covered pipe rack on certain pr<^rty 
located at the Southeast (xrner of Thurston Avenue and 
Air Rail Avenue, running a distance of 588.81 feet 
along the South side ot Thurston Avenue, running a 
distance of 5^ feet along the Eastern property line. 



NOTICE OT PUBUC HE ARING 
The Virginia Beach Planning Commission will hold a 
PubUc Hearing on Tuesday, August 12, 1^0 at 12:00 
Noon in the Council Chambers dS the Qty HaU 
Building, Princess Anne Courthcwse, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. A briefing session will be held at 9:30 a.m. in 
the Planning Department ConfereiK» Room, Operat- 
ions Building. PIANNING COMMISSION ACTION IS 
NOT A FINAL ^TERMINATION OF THE APPUC- 
ATION, BUT ONLY A REOCM^MENDATION TO THE 
OTY COUNCIL AS THE VIEWPCMNT OF THE 
PLANNING COMMISSION. FINAL EXTERMINATION 
CW THE APPUCATION IS TO BE MADE BY CITY 
COUNCIL AT A LATER DATE, AFTER PUBUC 
NOnCE IN A NEWSPAPER HAVING GENERAL 
CIRCUIATION WITHIN THE CITY. TTie following 
applications will appear on the agenda: 
tHEFERRED BY PIANNING COMMISSION FOR 60 
DAYS CM^ JUNE 10. 1980: 

1 . An Ordinance upon implication of Lessie M. Gimbert 
for a CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICA- 
TION from R-5 Residential District to B-3 General- 
Business District on certain iwroperty located on the 
North side (^Robert Jackson Drive beginning at a pomt 
220 feet more or tess East of Bimbert Drive, runmng a 
distance of 54.35 feet along the North side of Robert 
Jackson Drive, running a distance of 123.32 feet ma 
Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 241 .w 
feet in a Northeasterly direction, running a distance <rf 
22.26 feet in a Natherly direction, ninning a distance 
<rf 79.86 feet in a Northwesterly direction, runnmg a 
distance <rf 1 19.46 feet in a Northerly direction, ninmng 
a distance of 188.60 feet in a Northeasterly direction, 
running a distance of 1411.55 feet along the Northern 
property line (South side of Virginia Beach-Norfdk 
Expressway), running a distance of 558.93 feet in a 
Southeasterly direction, running a distance of ^40 feet 
more or tess in a Northeasterly direction, running a 
distance of 620.28 feet in a Southeasterly direction, 
nmnif^ a distance of 135 feet in a Northeasteriy 

• direction and running a distance of 150 feet in a 
Southeaster^ direction. Said parcel contains 8.46 
acres. LYT««1AVEN BOROUCW. 

2. AppVcation of Potters Road Investment Group, a 
Virginia linked Partnership, for the discominuance. 
closure and al»ndonment of a portion erf Oid Potters 
Road beginning at the intersection of Potters RokI 
Relocated and OW Potters Road, running a tUstance of 
35.06 feet akx^ tiie Southern property Une, ruiming a 
distance of 158.40 feet in a Northwesterly direction, 
running a (fistMice of 62.54 feet in a Southerly direction 
and ninning a distance of 132.47 feet in a Southeasteriy 
direction. Said parcel contains .115 acre. LYNNHAVEN 
B(»(XX3H. 

REOJIAR AGENDA 
SUBDIV1SIC»^ VARIANCE 

3. Appeal from Decisions of Administrative Officer in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordin- 
ance, Subdivision for Chartes R. Malbon, Jr., and John 
F. Malbon. Property located at the Northwest 
intersection of Holly Road and West IWly Road. Plats 
with more detaited information are availabte in the 

. Department of Wanning, 

4. Appeal from Decisions of Administrative (Meets m 
regard to certain etements of the Subdivision Ordin- 
ance, Subdivision for Harry Jeavons. Property located 
at the Northeast corner of Five Point Road and Rose 
Hall Drive. Plats with mwe detaited information are 
availabte in the Department (rf Planning. 

5. Appeal from Decisions of Administrative Officers in 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivision Ordin- 
ance, Subdivision for Mary G. Bregman. Property 
located on the North side of Mill Landing Road, 13(tt.63 
feet East (rf Stone Road. Hats with m»e (tetaited 
information are availabte in the De|»rtment erf 

Planning. 

6. >^peal from Decisions <rf Administrative (Mficere m 
regard to certain elements of the Subdivisk» Ordin- 
ance, Subdivision for Frank T. Wiftuns. Property 
located on the North side of Flanagan's Lwie, 1100 feet 



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more or less West of Sandbridge Road. Hats with more 

detailed information are available in the Department of 

Planning. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 

7. An Ordinance upon Application of Malcolm R. and 
Margaret L Blantoo for a CHANGE OF ZONING 
DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION from AG-2 Agricultural 
District to B-2 OHnmunity-Business District on certain 
property located at the Northeast corner of Sandbridge 
Road and Banks Lane, running a distance of 262 feet 
along the North side of Sandbridge Road, running a 
distance of 280 feet along the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 182 feet along the Northern 
property line and running a distance of 273.50 feet 
along the East side of Banks Lane. Said parcel contains 
1.40 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

8. An Ordinance upon Application of R& R Cbrporation 
for a CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICA- 
TION from R-5 Residential District to B-2 Cbmmunity- 
Business District on certain property located on the 
ScHith side of Princess Anne Road beginnii^ at a pdnt 
600 feet more or less East of Providence Road, runi^ng 
a distance of 1325.46 feet along the South side of 
Princess Anne Road, running a distance of 200 feet 
more or less along the South side of Salem Road, 
running a distance of 796.80 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a distance of 1214.93 feet along 
the Southern property line and running a distance of 
933.20 feet along the Western property line. Said parx:el 
contains 28.57 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUOL 

9. An Ordinance upon Application of Mason Construct- 
ion Company, Inc., for a CHANGE OF ZC^^ING 
DISTRICT CLASSIFICATK3N from R-6 Resideatiai 
District to A-3 Apartment District on certain property 
located on the North side of Old Virginia Beach Road 
beginning at a point 35 feet West of Barberton Drive, 
running a distance of 210 feet along the North side of 
Old Virginia Be^h Road, running a distance of 127.54 
feet in a Northerly direction, runnmg a distance of 
22.71 feet in an Easterly direction, running a distance 
of 119.56 feet in a Northerly direction, running a 
distance of 35 feet along the South side of A Street, 
running a distance o( 105 feet in a Southerly directicn, 
running a distance of 186.43 feet in an Easterly 
direction and ruling a distance of 92.73 feet along the 
Eastern property line. Said parcel contains .69 acre. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

10. An Ordinance upon Application of Webb Deaver, 
Jr., and Marie Deaver for a CHANGE OF ZONING 
DBTWn^ CLASSIFICATK)N fitm AG-2 Agricultural 
District to B-1 Business-Residential District on certain 
property located on the North side of Princess Anne 
Road beginning at a point 1280 feet more or less West 
of Glebe Road, running a distance of 1 14.20 feet akng 
the North side of Princess Anne Road, running a 
distanx of 160.56 feet akmg tl^ Western property line, 
running a distance of 115.37 feet along the Northern 
property line and running a distance of 160.27 feet 
along the E»tem property line. SakI parcel contains 
.410 acre. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGR 

1 1. An Ordimmce by Resdution of the CouncU of the 
Gty of Vii^ima Beach to establish an Historic and 
Cultural District on certain property located on the 
West side of South Witchduck Road beginning at a 
point 247.11 feet South of Amberiy Road, running a 
distance of 171.76 feet along the West sicfe of South 
Whchduck Road, running a distaiK:e d 166.69 feet in a 
Northwesteriy direction, running a distance of 144.29 
feet in a Southwesterly direction, ninnii^ a distance of 
138.40 feet in a Northwesteriy direction, nmni^ a 
distance of 251.95 feet more or less along the Northern 
property Hne and nnmii^ a distance c^ 98 feet more or 
less in a Southeasterly directkxi. Said parcel contains 
.88 acre. KEMPSVOJJE BCaiOUCHi 
OONWTK^ML USE reRMIT 

12. An Ordinance upon Application of Brenda Kaye 
Hughes for a CX)NEKTKX^AL USE PERMIT for a 
24-hoiir <Md care center on certain property located at 
the Northeast comer d Virginia Beach Boulevard and 
Oceana Boulevard, running a distance ctf 100 feet along 
the North side of Virginia Beach Boulevard, running a 

^sumoe 43f 150 feet akx^ the Eastern jvoperty Ime, 
nwta^ a cfotance of 100 feet akmg the Northern 
ptcpctty ^^ and running a distance of 150 feet aLoog 
the &st fide of Oceana Boulevard. Siwl parcel contsns 
J4 acre. JUYBtmAVEN B(»(OU(m. 

13. M Ortmmct upon Applkation of Coknial-Laskin 
Ama^m ^M OON[mV»iAL VSB PERMIT for 
r^mtdmmi^ «mI i^i^ement &dlitfes of an outdoor 



nature and an arcade building on certain property 
located on the North side of the ^Tirginia Beach Norfolk 
Expressway beginning at a point 665 feet West of First 
Colonial Road, running a distance of 737 feet along the 
r^torth side of the Mrginia Beach-Norfdk Expressway, 
nmning a distance of 590 feet more or less al(»g the 
Western property Une, running a distance of 760 feet 
more or less along the Northern iwoperty line and 
running a distance of 550 feet iJong the Eastern 
pr(^rty line. Said parcel ccmtains 10 acres. LYNN- 
HAVEN BOROUGH. 

14. An Ordinance upon Application of Sheldon L 
Corner for a OONDTnONAL USE PERMTT for a 
columbarium on certain prqserty located on the West 
side of Atlantic Avenue beginning at the Western 
extremity of 40th Street, running a distance of 722.36 
feet along the Northern property line, running a; 
distance of 105 feet in a Westerly direction, running a 
distance of 95.02 feet alcHig the East side of HoUy Road, 
running a distance of 903.85. feet along the Southern 
property line and running a distance of 180 feet along 
the West side of Padfic Avenue. Said parcel contains 
3.34 acres more or less. VIRGINIA BEACH BOR- 
OUQH. 

15. An Ordinance upon Application of John S. Waller, 
Jr., for a^OONDma^AL USE PERMIT for single 
family dwelling on certain property located on the 
North side of Painters Lane beginning at the Eastern 
extremity of Punters Une, running a distance of 743 
feet along tl» North side of Miters Lane, nmmi^ a 
distance ^2470 feet more or less m a Northeasteily 
direction, running a dilstaboe of 600 feet more or lest in 
an pasterly direction, running a disttmoe of 940 feet 
more or less in a Soudtivesteriy direction ninniog a 
distance (^ 150 feet m a Westeriy dfrection, ninanfaig a 
distance of 450 feet m a Southwestern direction, 
runmng a distance of 80 feet in a Northeasterly 
direction, running a distance of 365 feet in a Southerly 
direction, and running a distance of 1048.56 feet more 
or less in a Southwesterly direction. Said parcel 
contains 24.084 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH 

16. An Ordmance upon Application of Oceuia 
Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.. far a CONDfTIC^^IAt 
USE PfiRMlT for an automobile repair estabUshoMiit 
and A-1 Towing on oertam property located at the 
Northeast comer ctf I%st Colonial Road and bdiana 
Avenue, running a distance of 120 feet more or less 
along the East side of First Colonial Road, ruiming a 
distance of 260 feet more or less along the Northom 
property line, runnmg a distance of 60 feet in a 
Southerly direction, running a distance (^ 81.75 feet in 
a Westerly dfrection, runnmg a distance (^60 feet in a 
Southerly direction and running a d^tam^ <^ 1980 feet 
more or less along the North side of Indiana Avenue. 
Said parcel contuns. .51 aore. LYNNHAVEN BOR- 
OUCHL 

17. An Ordinance iqxn Appfication of S B R C 
Associates for a CONDmCftiAL USE PERMIT for an 

utomobile service stirtion on certain property located 
on the South side of Indian River Road beginning at a 
point 654 feet West of KempsvUle Road, runmng a 
distance c^ 150 feet along the South side of bidian River 
Road, running a distance of 150 feet along the Western 
property line, running a distance of 150 feet along the 
Southern property line and running a distance of 150 
feet along the Eastern property Une. Said parcel 
contains .5 acre. Kl^fFSVEIE BOROUGH. 

18. An Ordinance upon Af^oition erf Trustees and 
Members c^ St. John AME Church for a CX^OHT- 
K»iAL USE PERMTT for a churt^ on certain i^operty 
located at the Southwest comer of Lawrence Drive and 
Goodman Road, running a distance (tf 31 1 .8 feet akx^ 
the West side of LawreiK^e Drive, nnming a distance of 
416.74 feet along the Southern property Une, running a 
distance of 312 feet along the Western prqjerty Une 
and running a distance of 400.4 feet along the SouUi 
side of Goodman Road. Said parcel contains 2.^ acres. 
BAYSIES BOR(XlC»{. 

PIAT VACATKW: 

19. An Ordmance upon Application of Robert Davis for 
the vacation of all that certain portion of the i^t of 
'*SulKlivision of property of S. G. Keeling Estate, 
Lynnhaven Borough, \^rginia Beach, Vfrghiia, October 
12, 1971", recorded in tl» Office of the Qerk <rf the 
Qrcuit Court <rf the Oty of Virginia Beach, Wginia. in 
Map Book 90, at page 17, designated as "The Northern - 
95.05 feet (tf West Uttle h^ck Road as shown on Pitt ctf 
y«:a^» of portion of West Little Neck Road, 
I^mnhaven Boroi^h, Virginia Beach, Virginia, June JO, 



1980." More detailed informaticm is available in the 
Department of Planning. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

20. An Ordinance upon AppUcaticn <tf Aspen Building 
CorpcH-ation for the vacation of a five foot pedestrian 
access easement along and adjacent to the rear and side 
block Unes dedicated for the use of the homeowners of 
"Windsor Oaks West, Section 6" and not for the use c^ 
the general pubUc. Hie aforesaid area is for 
maintenance and access. More detailed information is 
available in the Department of banning. KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

AMENDMENT: 

21. Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, to amend and reordain Article 
1, Section 101 of the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
to include the conservation of forests within the 
purpose of the Ordinance. More detailed information is 
available in the Department of Planning. 

All interested persons are invited to attend. 
Robert J. Scott 
Director of banning 
2t8/6VB 



In the Cl»k*s Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
Cith of Virginia Beach, on 
the Ist day of July, 1980. 
Arleatha E. Worrell, 
Pbdntiff, agidnit Sidney 

corrall worrell, Sr., 
Defendant. 

ORDEROF 
PUBUCATION 

The object of this Milt fa 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonU from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of separation for 
more than one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Vi^tlnia, 
the Uist known port office 
address bdng Rcmte 1, 
#176 Hughes Avenue, 
Virginia Beach, Vir^nia 
23451, and that due 
diligence has been by and 
on behalf of the plaintiff 
to ascertain hi what coun- 
ty or corporation the 
defendam is, without ef- 
fect. It is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
19th of August, 1980, and 
do what may be i^cessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. CurUs Fruit, Clerk , 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Richard S. Harman 
Plume and Atlantic 
Streets 

Norfolk, Viiiinia 23510 
4t7/30VB 

In the Clerk's OHIce of 
the Circuit court of the 
City of Virginia Beiudi, on 
thelstdayof July, 1^0. 
Deborah Lynn Younger, 
Plaintiff, against Jack 
Swanson Younger, 
Defendant. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said PUintin' to 
obtain a divorce a from 
the bed and "board, to be 
lata- merg«l into a divorce 
from the bonds of 



matrimony from the sakl 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of wttlful deser- 
tion. And an affidavit 
havias been made and 
filed that the defemtent to 
not • resident of ^ State 
of Vlr^ia, the last 
known po« olfke addien 
beiag Acreage Motor 
Lodge, RoiiK*s Point, 
New York it te ontered 
thM he do appear on m 
b^ore tl» 19th of August, 
IMO, and do what may be 

necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A«>py-Teste: 
J. Curds Fruit, clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
R. Barrow BlackweU 
P.O. Box 3746 
I^rfolk,Vlf^nia23S14 
4t7/^VB 

In the C&rk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
aty of Virginia Beach, on 
the 14th day of July; 1980. 
Mdody Ann Bohlander 
Harrup, Plaintiff, a^unst 
David Fnmklin Hairup, 
D^endut. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of diis suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
sqmration. Ami an af- 
fidavit havteg been nmde 
ami fded Uiat the defen- 
dant is not a rm^mt of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known pott office imI- 
dre» bang MPCO Hg Bn 
2nd Marine Division, 
Camp Lejeune, North 
Carolina it k ordered duit 
fie do tppax on or before 
the 2nd of September, 
1^0, ami do what nmy be 
necessary to protect his in- 
taest in this suit. 
Acopy-T«te: 
J.CurttiFnnt,Cierk 
Kirofa^ A. ftown, D.C. 
Forrest A. Nbter, Atty. 
3284 Virginia Bfach, 
Blvd. 

Vir^ia Boich, Va. 23432 
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In the Gork's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
Gty of Vir^nia teach, rni 
the 1st day of July, 1^0. 
George Allen Shifflett, 
Plaintiff, against Cecelia 
Adele Shifflett, Defen- 
dant. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of separate and 
apart for one year pur- 
suant to Section 20-91 (9) 
of the code of Virginia, 
19S0, as amended. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 15215 
Hayitiarket Dr., Play- 
market, Va. and that due 
diUgmce has been used by 
and on behalf of the plain- 
tiff to ascertain in what 
county or corporation the 
defendant is, without ef- 
fect. It k oriteed that ^ 
(k) appear on or before the 
19th of Auiurt, 1990, ai|d 
do what ma^ be necessary 
to protect her hiterest hi 
thitn^. 
Ac(^-Teste: 
I. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kknberly A. Brown, D.C. 
O.Dudley Acker 
5122 Greenwich Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 
4t7/30VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the2nddayof July, 1980. 
Eugene Lewis Mosher, 
Plaintiff, against Susan 
Mary Mosher, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

llie object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo, 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of adultery, or in 
the alternative, desertion. 
And an a^idavit hsviag 
bem matte and filed that 
the defeiduit is not a 
Tt^^mt of the Stote i^ 
Vl^inte, the last known 
post o^e addre» befa^ 
ludEAOim ft k ordered ttet 
she do i9^tf on or beto« 
tiK aOlh of AugoMt, 1980, 
and do what may be 
MC^ary to peotoci her 
ii^P»tinMiiwt. 
Ac<vy-Teste: 
J. Curtto Rnrit, <^k 
KimbertyA.BrowB.D.C. 
Boyd Sairb<m>ugh 
P.O.B<»i637 
Portsmouth, Virginia 

^TO5 

4t7/W VB 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginki Beach, on 
the 7th day of July, 1980. 
Donald Sherwood Taber, 
Jr., Plaintiff, against 
Terry Laurie Morger 
Taber, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year's con- 
tinious separation. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being 321 Caren 
Drive, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia; the plaintiff 
being unable to locate the 
defendant after a due and 
diligent search at her last 
known address. It is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 26th of 
August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 
J.CtetbFhiit,aerk 

Kfairt)eriy A. frown, D.C. 

James R. MdCenry 

p.O.Box927 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

23451 

4t7/30VB 

In the Oerk's Office of 
the Orcuit Court of the 
Gty of Virginia Beach, on 
the 3rd day of July, 1980. 
Susan Ann Pratt, Plain- 
tiff, against Kevin James 
Pratt, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged 
into a vinculo from the 
said defendant, upon the 

grounds of Constructive 
Desertion. And. an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress bdng 21974 Jason 
Avenue North, Forest 
Lake, MinnesoU 55025 it 
is ordo^d that he do ap- 
p^r on or before the 21st 
of August, 1990» and do 
whitf amy be ae^nary to 
protect 1^ h^arot in this 
^t. 

A»^-Tcite: 
J.Otf^Fln^Ctok 
Ktahe^ A« Brovm, D.C. 
A^loeGlHMRla,Jr. 

Vir|^lki^,Vir^nia 

3^51 

4t7/3PVB 

b the Ckrk's CKfice ci the 
Circuit Court crfthe Oty of 
VirginU BeiK^h, on the 9th 
^y (tf July, IM). 
David Dom^ Allen. 



Plaintiff, against Mary 
McCkath Allen, De f e n- 
dant. 

OWXKOP 
PUBUCAThON 
The object c^this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrinKXui from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of separation for 
more than one year. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
5327 Timuquana Road, 
Jacksonville, Flo r d i a 
32210. It is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 28tb of August, 1980, 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberly A.^ Brown, D.C. 
Ronald J. Berg 
P. 0. Box 2257^ 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/6 VB 

In the Ctafk'^s Office of 
the drcuit Court of the 
aty ^ Virgiiua Beach, cm 
the 1^ day <^ July, 1960. 
Rocky Lee Miller. Main- 
tiff, against Winona J. 
Miller. Def^dant. 
ORDER OF 
KJBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without 

cohabitation and without 
interruption for a period 
in excess of one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last knonw post office 
address being P. O. Box 
9681, Hanahan, South 
Carolina 29410. It is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 28th day 
of August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk. 
Phyllis N.&yron, D.C. 
Mr. Stuart R. Gordon, 

At^. 

2953 Virginia Beach 

BNd., 

V^b^ Beadi, Va« 23452 

4tf/»VB 

hi tte Clerk's OffKx of 
tte Orc^ CoiM of the 
Gty of ^^h^ teidi« <m 
tlM 8th day of July, 19^. 
Lisa Loraii^e HeUraan 
Meitas, Plaintiff, gainst 
P&ntelis Laki Mentas, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 



for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro and later be 
mergbed into a vinculo 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 
desertion. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 5007 Ashley 
Street, Detroit, Michigan. 
It is ordered that he do 
appear on or before the 
27th of August, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Tom Smith 
2604 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t8/6VB 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the7thdayof July, 1^0. 
Jacqueline Lee Bartram 
Wood, Pbuntiff, against 
Kevin Wood, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
TiMB object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion and 
cruehy. And an affidavit 
having l^en made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being Sunnyhill Road, 
Dover, New Jersey. It is 
order^ that he do appear 
on or before the 26th of 
August, 1980, .and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Howard E. Copeland 
5291 Greenwich Drive 
Virginia Bteach,Va. 23462 
4t8/6 VB/ 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the8thdayof July. 1^0. 
Mashona Gray, Plaintiff, 
against Esther Gray, 
Defendant. 

ORI^ROF 
PUUJCATX>N 
The ob^ of this suit is 
for the said pbdmiff to ob- 
tain a ^Hwee a vinoilo 
wMtt^Kmi from the umI 
defwdant, open the 
^roiwte ol atm parties 
tawfa^^ved scpara^wi^ 
iQMrt unflraut c^itfrftat- 
ion and without iatemip- 
ti<m for a p^iod in exam 
of one year. And an af- 
^avit havhig be^ mwle 
and fil«l that the defen- 
dant is not a mident of 
the State of Vir^nm, the 
last known pc^t office 94- 



dress bdng 2113 Crestas 
Avenue, North Versailles, 
Pennsylvania. It is or- 
dered that she do appear 
on or before the 28th of 
August, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
Mr. Stuart R. Gordon, 
Atty. 

2953 Virginia Beach 
Blvd., 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/6VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 8th 
dayof July, 1980. 
In re: Adoption of Charity 
Anne Sabine and change 
of name to Charity Anne 
Ravn by Jeffrey Dennis 
Ravn and Margaret Ruth 
Ravn 

By: Husband and wife. 
Petitioners 

TO: James Edward Sabine 
6659 E. Va. Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
ORDER 

This day came Margaret 
Ruth Ravn and Jeffrey 
Dennis Ravn, P^itioners, 
and represented that the 
ob^ of this proceeding 
is to effect the adoption of 
the above named infant. 
Charity Anne Sabine, to 
be named Charity Anne 
Ravn, by Maigaret Ruth 
Ravn and Jeffrey Dennis 
Ravn, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and filed that James 
Edward Sabine, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, and that 
diligence has been used to 
ascertain in what county 
he resides, without effect, 
the last known post office 
address being: ^59 E. Va. 
Beach Voulevard, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said James Ed- 
ward Sabine appear 
before this Court within 
ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
(M'otect his interest in this 
BMitt«r. 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit. a»k 
PhyWrN.,Styron.D.C. 
W.Lei^Att^.p.q. 
«361^'BeMftMvd. 
Vtf^iaBe«^.Va. 23452 
^/6VB' 

bi the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Owrt <rftl» Oty <rf 
^guM B^K^t^on the 9tb 
day <^ July, 1»). 
Evelyn V. Omns, Plain- 
Uff, against Willie Owens. 
Defendant. 

PUBUCATKW 



The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds df the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without cohabitation 
and without mterruption 
for a period in excess of 
one year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address l>eing 
Long Island New YcM-k. It 
is ordered that he do 
appear wi or befwe the 
28th of August, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Qerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Ronald J. Berg 
P. O. Box 2257 
VirginiaBeach,Va. 23452 

4t8/6 VB 

In the Clerk's Office of ^ 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 9th day of July, 1980. 
Unda dttaway. Piaimiff. 
against Edwaitt Gordon 
Dttaway, Jr., Defendant. 
ORE^ROF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit i- 
for the said phuntiff to ob 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
Reparation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a mident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 7950 Henry 
Avenue, Philadelphia, 
Pennsylvannia 19128. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 28th of 
August, 1980, and do 
what may be n«:essary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Allan D. Zaleski 
First Virginia Bank Tower 
101 St. Paul's Blvd. 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 
4t8/6VB 

In the Oerk's Office of the 
arcuit Court <rf the aty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
lOtbdayofJuly, 1^0. 
CmXMOF 
ViMlKMTON 
Lou Ann dtfk. Plaintiff, 
agttttst KMe David Owk, 
OeftfndBM. the ob|m of 
this suit is for the said 
S^yntifT to obMwi a ch- 
^ipcea 
from the SMd 
upon the ground of rep- 
aration for HMve ttai oae 
year. 

And an afMavtt havmg 
been made ami filed ^it 
the ikfe^ant's last 
kimm post (rffce aifafa«ss 
is 3558 Shore n-i - p 



20 Virginia Beach Sun, Wednesday, July 30, 1980 



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Apartment G2, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia and that 
due diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of 
the plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or capcM-a- 
tion the defendant, is 
without effect. It is order- 
ed that he do appear on or 
before the 29th of August, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: J. Curtis 
Fruit, Qerk, Kimberly A. 
Brown, Deputy Qerk. 
Ronald J. Berg, P.O. Box 
2257, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia 23452. 
4t8-6VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court for the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 2nd 
dayof July, 1980. 
In Re: Adoption of Karen 
Dawn Smarook and 
Change of Name to Karen 
Dawn White 

By: Wayne Thomas White 
and Judith Ann White, 
Husband and Wife. 
TO: Walter J. Smarook 
One Weston Causeway 
Manville, New Jersey 
ORDER 

THIS DAY, came 
Wayne Thomas White and 
Judith Ann White, hus- 
band and wife and 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant. Affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that Walter J. 
Smarook, a natural parent 
of said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, his last known 
post office address being: 
General Delivery, Bridge- 
water, New Jersey. 

It is therefore OR- 
DERED that the said 
Walter J. Smarook answer 
in writing on or before 
August 22, 1980, and in- 
dicate his attitude toward 
the proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in the matter. 

It is further ORDERED 
that this Order be 
published once a week for 
four successive w<^ks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun a 
newspaper published in 
the Qty of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
I ask for this: 
Stuart R. Gordon 
Berg & Gordon, P.C. 
2953 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, va. 23452 
4t7/30VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginui B^ch, on the 
16A4taV^J^« 1980. 
tot^A^^MiM Robert 



Vernon Van Dyke, III, 
and change of name to 
Robert Vernon Narducci 
By: David Christopher 
Narducci and Kathleen 
Narducci, husband and 
wife, Petitioners 
TO: Robert Vernon Van 
Dyke 

4611 North 94th Street 
Omaha, Nebraska 
ORDER 

This day came David 
Christopher Narducci and 
Kathleen Ann Narducci, 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infant, Robert 
Vernon Van Dyke, III, by 
David Christopher Nar- 
ducci, and affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that Robert Vernon 
Van Dyke, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: 4611 North 94th 
Street, Omaha, Nebraska, 

It is -therefore Ordered 
that the said Robert Ver- 
non Van Dyke appear 
before this Court within 
ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 
A copy teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Bruce Sanders, P.q. 
4460 Holland Road, Suite 
200 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/13VB ^^ 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
thel4thdayof July, 1980. 
Janet Leigh Gwin, Plain- 
tiff, against Earl Ray 
Gwin, Jr., Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 

and filed that the defen- 
dant last known post of- 
fice address is Petre Road, 
Cambridge Manor, 
Chesapeake, Virginia, and 
the due diligence has been 
by and on behalf of the 
plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county s^r cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect. It is or- 
dered that he do appear 
on or before the 2nd of 
September, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 

'ittit:'' '■ ' '*'"" '*''^'' 



A copy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

Forest A. Nester 

3284 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

4t8/6VB 

In the Qerk's Office of the 
Qty of Virginia Beach, on 
the 15th day of July, 1980. 
Jeffrey M. Sch m i d t, 
'plaintiff, against Susan 
H. Schmidt, Defendant. 
OREffiROF 
PUBUCATICW 
The object of this suit 
is for the said Plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of one 
year separation as set out 
in SectiOT 20-91 (9) of the 
code of Virginia. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being No. 2 
Maryland Circle, Apt. No. 
346, Whitehall, Pennsyl- 
vania 18052 it is ordered 
that she do appear on or 
befo-e the 3rd of Sept- 
ember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C.' 
Jeffrey G. Haverson 
6330 Newtown Road 
Norfolk, Virginia 23502 
4t8/13 VB 

In the Oerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the aty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
10th day of July, 1980. 
OREHERCF 

PUBUCATicasr 

Michatbl Robert Williams, 
Plaintiff, against Shelia 
Marie Williams, Defen- 
dant. 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of separation in 
excess of one year pur- 
suant to Section 20-91 (9) 
Code of Virginia, as a- 
mended. 

^d an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, tlie last known 
post office address being 
1811 Delaney Street, Bur- 
ling ton, Ontario, Canada. 
It is ordered that she do 
appear on or be foe the 
29th d* August, 1^0, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

Acopy-Twte: J. Curtis 
Fruit, Clerk, Kimberly A. 
Brown, Deputy Qerk. 
J. Gerald Zoby, 340 B 
Newtown Road, Virginia 
Beach. Virginia 23462. 



■viu 



In the aerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 17th day of July, 1980. 
Linda Gayle Leydet, 
Plaintiff, against Brian 
Frances Leydet, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged 
into a vinculo matrimonii 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of 
desertion. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being * 139 
Housatonic Street, Lenox, 
Miasschusetts 01240. It is 
ordered that he do appear 
on or before the 5th of 
Sepetember, 1980, and do 
whJt may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 

suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 

Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 

Andrews. Fine 

Ckanby and Plume &reet 

Norfolk, Va. 23510 

4t8/13 VB 

In the aerk's Offke of 
the Orcuit CcNirt of the 
aty of Virfiiiia Beadi on 
the nth day of July, 1980. 
Shemuui C. Oore, Rain- 
tiff, a^ifaist Queen Gore, 
DefeiKfauit. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The cb'icct of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the parties 
havii^ Uved separate and 
apart without cohabit- 
ation and int«Tuptibn for 
a period in excess of one 
year. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being 6759 Romona BWd., 
Apartment 145, Jackson- 
ville, Flordin 32205. It is 
ordered that she do appcax 
on or before the 5th of 
September, 1980, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, aerk 

Kimberly A. Btown, D.C. 
Stuart R. 0<mlon 
P. O. Box 2257 
VvgiiiiABetch,Va. 23^52 
4t8/I3VB 

VIRGINIA: In the Cl«k*s 
Office of the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
17th day of July. 19«). 
fa'Rll^^^WPfJ^ita 



Lujean Moody 

By: Roy Kenneth 

Maynard, Petitioner 

To: Hilbert Moody 

RD2 

PennYan, New York 

14527 

ORDER 

This day came Roy 
Kenneth Maynard and 
karen Christine Maynard, 
Petitioners, and represen- 
ted that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the aboye 
named infant, Denita 
Lujean Moody, to Roy 
Kenneth Maynard and 
Karen Christine Maynard, 
husband and wife, an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that Hilbert 
Moody, a natural parent 
of said child, is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
RD 2, PennYan, New 
York, 14527. 

It is therefor^ Ordered 
that the said Hilbert 
Moody appear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication of this 
Order and indicate his at- 
titude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his in- 
terest in this matter. 
A copy Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 
Jeanette S. Jones, D.C. 
O.Dudley Acker 
5122 Oreoiwhich Road 
Viifiiiit Beach. Va. 23462 
4t8/13VB 

In die Clerk's Otfm of 
the Ckcuit Court of the 
City of Vu^inla Beach, on 
the 17th day c^ July, 1980. 
Danna Erb Denton, Plain- 
tiff, against Robert Win- 
slow Denton, Defendant. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to ob- 
tain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro lata* to be m^ged 
into a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of willful deser- 
tion and abandonment 
without just cause of 
l^ovocation. And an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known p<»t office ad- 
dr^s being P. O. Box 337, 
Guaymas, State of 
Sanora, Mexico. It is or- 
dered that he do appear on 
or before the 5th of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his into-est in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Cl«rk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
J. Brian J. Donnelly 
2600 Potters Road 
Virginia &«:h,Va. 23452 

4t8/l^.Y?.]u \<,jn,:..iH .. 



VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach on the 15th 
dayof July, 1980 
Francine Elizabeth 
Shockley, Complainant, 

V. 

George Wesley Shockley, 
Jr., Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a judgment 
against the defendant, 
George Wesley Shockley, 
Jr., in the sum of 
$16,650.00 for arrears of 
spousal support, to be 
awarded to the com- 
plainant, Francine 
Elizabeth Shockley, pur- 
suant to a decree entered 
by this Court on the 23rd 
day of December 1970 and 
as affirmed by final decree 
of August 3, 1971 wherein 
the defendant, George 
Wesley Shockley, Jr., was 
ordered to pay the sum of 
$150.00 per month ^ and 
for temporary and per- 
manent spousal support. 

And an affidavit having 
been made that due 
dlUgence has been used by 
or on behalf of the com- 
plahumt to ascertain in 
what county or cor- 
poration the defendant, 
Ckmwi Wesley Shoddey, 
Jr., is, and that Mt laist 
known poit office address 
was Post Office Box 302, 
Pahayra, IlUmHS 62674; it 
is hei^ ORDERED that 
the defendant, George 
Wesley Shockley, Jr., on 
or before September 5, 
1980 at 10.-00 a.m. app^u 
before this Court and do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interests. 

It is further ORDERED 
that this Order be 
pubttshed in The Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
having general circulation 
in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Vir^nia, ontx a 
week for four consecutive 
weeks and that the Clerk 
of this Court is directed to 
post a copy of this Order 
at the front door of the 
Courthouse from the date 
of entry of this Order and 
for twenty-eight (28) days 
continuously thereafter, 
and to also mail a copy of 
this Order to George 
Wesley Shockley, Jr., at 
Post Office Box 302, 
Palmyra, Illinois 62674. 



Ento*: This 15th day of 

Jidy, 1^0. 

I a:sk for this: 

Lewis Allen 

Fine, Fine. Legum & Fine 

Law Building 

Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

4rt/I3VB 



ViiBliite Boich Sim, Wednescby, July 30» 1960 2i 



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In the Qerk's Oftfoe of the 
OrcuH Cbuft ctf the Gty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
ISth day (^ July, 1980. 
Caroiyn Aim Pa 1 m e r, 
Plaintiff, against James 
R. Palmer, Defendant. 
OfWBK OF 
PUBUCAHON 
Ihe object of this suit is 
for the said pluntiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of the parties 
having Uved separa t e d 
and apart without cohabit- 
ation and without interup- 
tion for a period in excess 
of one year. And an 
affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resi- 
dent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being 158 
Route 1 macon, hforth 
Carolina. It is ordered that 
he do appear on or before 
the 3rd of September, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suk. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Ronald J. Berg 
2953 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
yirgina Beach, Va. 23452 
4t8/13 VB 



IN THE Qerk's Office oi 
the CkoiU Court oT the 
C^ ol\%^^ Beach, on 
the 2Ut day of July, 1^0. 
Vk^oria Lynne Dotson, 
Plaintiff, against John 
Raise Dotson, Jr., Defen- 
dant. 

OSSBROP 
FUniCATION 
Hie objected this suit 
U for the sttd plaintiff to 
oi^aln a divorce a vhiodo 
nuttrioionii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grdunds oi a 1 year sep- 
aratkn pursuant to Sec- 
tk» 20^1(9) of the Co(te 
of Virgtaia, to be pub- 
lished for four (4) suc- 
cessive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia Beach sun. And an 
affidavit having been 
nuMfe and fifed ttiat the 
defei^utt is not a resi- 
de of die^rte of Vir- 
ghiia, tiM last known post 
office address bei^ 2500 
Beaverbrook Qrhre, On- 
eitfboi^ North Garotfatt. 
It is ordered ^it he (to 
appear on or before ^ 
10ft of SeiNenber, t9S0, 
and do whm OMy be nec- 
essvy to protect h^ inter- 
est hi tl& suit. 

J. Cw^ Pr^ CSerk 
Phyllis N. a^on, D.C. 
Mr. Bruce Sanders, Atty. 
4460 Holland Road, Suite 

WO 

Virginia Beach, Va. 23452 

4t8/^ VB 



In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court (^the aty of 
Vhrginda Beach, on the 
21st day of July, 1980. 
Linda Joanne VengUrdk, 
Flamtiff, against Steven 
Michael Venglarcik, De- 
fendant. 

ORESROF 
PUBUCATION 
Ihe object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce A N^nculo 
Matrimonii, from the said 
defendant, upon the gro- 
unds ^f One year separa- 
tiai. And an. affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
P. O. Box 226, Paulding. 
Ohio 45879. It is ordered 
that he do appear on or 
before the 9th of Septem- 
ber, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Cunts Fruit, Oerk 
JeaMtte S. Jones, D.C 
Ihonuu B. Shuttkworth 
Suite 211 Pembroke Ihree 
Buikifaig 

Pembroke Office Park 
Va. Beach, Va. 23462 
4t8/20 VB 

In the Qerk's Office of the 
OrcuU Court of the Gty c^ 
Virgtaia Beach, on the 
23rd day of July, 1980. 
CJten P. Buckley, Plamtiff, 
against Denise K. Buck- 
ley, DefeiHlant. 

msyEkoe 

PUBUCATION 

The object erf this suit 
is for the said i^aintiff to 
oMto a divorce a vinculQ 
matrimonii from the said 
defendairt, upon the 
grounds (rf living separate 
and apart for a period in 
excess <rf one year. And 
an i^davit havhig been 
nuute and filed that the 
(tefendaht is not a resi- 
dent <rf the State <rf Vir- 
gmia, the last kaamk post 
o^:e address being 1 1471 
Oxnard No. 1, North 
Hottywood, Qdlfiviiia. It 
is or(fer^ that she do 
iq^^ear on or before the 
12th of Seirtember, 1980, 
and (k) ~iHuu ^ly be 
necessaty to prote^ her 
Interest hi this suit. 
Aooi^F-Teste: 
J. Obo^ FUrit. Oerk 
Fh^ N. Syron. D.C 
Wmm H. Ookna, Jr., 
Sid^ 202, 3330 Fidfic 
Ave. 

^gaMa Beach. Va. 23451 
4t^^VB 



In the Clark's Offke of 
the Orcuit Court of the 
Qty of Virginfai Bei^, on 
t^ 22 day of July, 1980. 
Iroie L. Hasti^^, nain- 
tiff, against Robert S. 
Hatrtnr, De^mdiUit. 



ORDl^ OF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtahi a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defoKlant, upon the 
grounds of mutual 
separation for a peridd of 
more than one year. And 
an affidavit having made 
and filed that the defen- 
dant is not a resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office ad- 
dress being 1416 Ashland 
Ave.. St. Paul, MN 55102. 
It is ordered that Robert 
S. Hasth^ do appear on 
or before the 12th of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Clerk 
Linda Noel Hill, D.C. 
Harold Oavaris 
529 Uw Bklg. 
Ncwfolk, Virginia , 
4t8/20 

In the Oerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, on 
the 22nd day of July, 
IMO. 

Everdna Harris, Plaintiff, 
agirfttst William Howard 
Harris, &.,Defendai9t. 
ORDER OF 
PUBUCATION 
The object of Uiis suit is 
to dtodn a divorce a vhi- 
culo matrimonii from the 
s^d ctefradant, up(m the 
groumb of desotion. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and fited that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the ^itte of ITiq^u 
that due diligence has been 

used by or hi belmlf of the 
sdd compUdnant to ascer- 
tahi what county or cor- 
poration in which the 
defei^Umt resides without 
effect. His Uat known ad- 
dr^s being li05 
Washington Ave., 
Vir^nia Beadi, Vitghik. 
It is orctered that William 
Howard Harris, &. do 
wppmx on or before the 
12th of Sq»tanb^, 1^, 
and do whit may be 
necessary to protect his in- 
ta«st in this suit. 
Ac(^-Teste: 
J.Civti8Fhdt,C^rk 
LtedaHodlUl,D.C. 
A.ABdrewEie. 
13#LaddnRoiMi 

in die caork's Office of 
ikt C^cttit Court ci the 
Oty<rfVfaf^^B«i^.(» 
the 23rd day of July, 1980. 
Lee Ellen Benjamin. 
IWi^ff. i^aiiM Arthur 
R. Benjamin, II, IMen- 
dant. 

ORI^ROF 

PUBLICATION 

The <^ject of this suit is 

to <H}tain a divor^ a vin- 

cuh) UMtrimonu f rmn the 

laM deffentf a atf ^ u|ion the 



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i.Mtll|1llM»!«lt|,|)}|)i|J|HMl 



grounds of the- parties 
having Uved sepamte and 
apart without 

cohabitation and without 
interruption for a period 
in excess of one year. And 
an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the hist known post office 
address being 1310 River- 
front Court, Apt. #202, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
and that^due diligence has 
been used by and on 
behalf of the plaintiff to 
ascertain in what county 
or corporation the defen- 
dant is without effect. It is 
ordered that Arthur R. 
Benjamin, II do appear on 
or before the 12th of Sep- 
tember, 1980, and do what 
may be necessary to 
protect his hiterest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 

J. Curtis Fruit. Clerk 

Unda Nod Hill, D.C. 

Berg and Oorcton 

2955 Virghiia Beach Blvd. 

Vhgbiia Beach, Va. 

4t8/20VB 

VIRCHNIA: In the Qerk's 
Office Orcuit Court of the 
Oty of Vhrginia Beach on 
the 25th day of July, 1980 
Debra Ann Joseph Bryan, 
Plamtiff, 

V. 

Joe Ehvood Bryan, Jr., 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBUCATICW 

Ihe object c^this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo mtfrifflonii from the 
defendant on the ground 
of the continiKMS and un- 
interru|ited separMkm of 
the parties for a period ui 
excess of one year. 

It appearii^ from an 
afMavit havmg been 
macfe and filed that due 
diligence has been used 
by or ui behalf d said 
plaintiff to ascertun the 
exact whereabouts <^ Joe 
Ehvood Bryan, Jr., the 
(fefendant, without effect, 
the hist known ackfress 
beuig Root 1, Box 56, 
Richlands, North Osrol- 
taA, it m ordered that the 
defendant ai^ar before 
this Com on or before 
Sepcember 15, 1^0 iu4 
do what h Mcessary to 
protect Ids hiierests here- 
in. 

J. Curt^ Flnut. Oerk 
Fh^ H Sltytott, D.C 
John p. Hpolcer, Jr. 
^25f^o^s Anne Roi^ 
Post (Moe Box ^63 
Ytt^mi Beadi, Vii^mia 
23456 

mmvB 

hi Uie Oerk's Ot&cc of the 
Oroiit Court ctf the Oty crf^ 
Virginia Beadi, on the 
25th day <d July, \9m. 
Gene C. Loomis, Plaintiff, 
i^aimt SaHy Jane ^- 

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baker Loomis, Defendant. 

crnxKOF 

PUBUCATION 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
741 Park Avenue, Apt. 
130, Orange Park, Flordia 
23073, it is ordered that 
she do appear on or before 
the 15th of September, 
1980, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. . 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk^ 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
I. Lionel Hancock, III 
P. O. Box 3648 
Norfolk, Va. 23514 
4t8/20 VB 



hi the Oerk's of the 
Orcuit Court of the Oty of 
Vu-ginia Beach, on the 
25th day of July, 1^0. 
Willis Leroy Mchols, 
Plaintiff, agauist Crudta 
Sa|»a Quinones hfidiols. 
Defendant. 

ommKOF 

PUBUCATICW 
Ihe object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
' defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. And an affidavit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident c^ the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post (rffke address being 
19 Rochelle Road, Bing- 
hamton. New York 13901, 
it is ordered that she do 
appear on or before the 
15th of September, 19«0, 
and do what may be nec- 
essary to protect her in- 
terest in this suh. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Qirtis Fruit, Cterk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Tom Smith 
2604 Pacific Aveni» 
Virgmia Beach, Va. 23451 
4t8/20VB 



fai the Oerk's Office (rf* the 
Orebk Court of the Oty oi 
Virginia Beach, on the 
25th day of July, 1^0. 
Franklin John Sny d e r, 
Plaii^ff» agttnst Detea 
Jean Snyder, Defendant. 

cmmnoF 

PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit b 
for the sakl plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro, later to be mer- 
ged into a vinculo matri- 
moniilrom the sakl dfefen- 
dant, upon the groumis oi 
ctesertion as oi Mar^ 20, 
1#0|! Ami mi Mmie 
Hill iiiti 



having been nude and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the ^te 
of Mrginia, the last known 
post office address bemg 
2409 Norwich New Loo- 
don "Hirnpike, Un c ass- 
ville, Connec|^ut, it is 
ordered that ^he do ap- 
pear on or before the 15th 
of September, 1980, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 
A cc^y-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 
Stuart H. Held 
245 First Colonial Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23454 
4t8/20 VB 



In the Oerk's Office of the 
Orcuit Court of the Oty of 
Virginia Beach, on the 
25th day of July, 1980. 
Amy E. Tanner, Plaintiff, 
against James Will i a m 
Tanner, Defendant. 
ORDER OT 
PUBUCATION 
The object of this suit 
is for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii firom the said 
defendant, upon t Ikc 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. And an affichivit 
having been made and 
filed that the defendant is 
not a resident of the ^tc 
of Virginia, the last known 
post dfice address being 
1455 Kemper Avenue, 
Charleston, South Caro- 
lina, it is ordered that he 
do appear on or before the 
15th of September, 19«), 
and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
J. Curtis Fruit, Oerk 
Kimberly A. Brown, D.C. 
Forest A. Nester 
3284 Virgmia Beiwrh Wvd. 
Virginia Bewih, Virginia 
23452 
4t 8/20 VB 



NOTICE OF SALE 
Please take notice that on 
the 31st day of July,«1^0 
at 1 1 a.m. on^he premises 
of Thompson Royal 
Dodge, 3443 Va. Be^h 
Blvd., Virginia Beach, 
Va., the following vehicle 
will be roM at {wblic auc- 
tion to the hig^t bidder: 
Make: tno Dod^ CK|rid- 
mat; Serial 

l>GHa2CAG 163975; Re- 
posaesse^ From: WiUam 
James HID Jr., this the 19 
dayof July, 19JI0. 
W. S(^t 

Royal Vi<x-President 
It7/30VB 



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1979,runs good, good tires, good 

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VOLKSWAGEN - 1972 SILVER 

Volkswagen 411 station wagon. 

Rebuilt engine and electrical 

system, new paint, runs good, 

428-4134. 

6 4t8-6 

USED CARS FOR SALE • 1973 
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power, runs great, $895. $500 
down. We finance, no credit 
check, DMV 6057. Owens and 
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USED CAR FOR SALE • 1974 
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check, DMV 6057. Owens and 
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6 4t8-20 

COUGAR . 1975, XR7. excellent 

condition, power steering and 

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6 4t8-20 

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power brakes and steering, 
automatic transmission, air con- 
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condition. $2500. 460-3540. 8 
a.m. to 5 p.m. 
6 4t8-20 

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1980, 4 spped, AM radio, grnt 
gas milage, best offer. 587-5435 
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6 4t8-20 

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7 4t8-20 

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VOLKSWAGEN 


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4 wheel drive, air, full power, tilt 

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miles, $7,250. 486-4952, 340- 

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black and white, and Puch Maxi- 

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460-3501. 

9 4t8-20 

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original, like new condition, 

must sell, $1800. 468-3315, 420- 

3866. 

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new, must sell, $550.00, 489- 

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n 4t7-30 

NAOtA 5.2 -Fastest, best han- 
dling, smoothest tacking 
catamaran, with 8 foot (truler 
limit) beam. Call 464-4538 or 
484-2564. 
11 4t7-30 



LYMAN • U* inboard. 1978 
mo(tel. sleeps 3, excellent fishing 
boat for tey and day cruiser. 
Less than 200 hours. Special 
price, $13,»K). 393-6049. 
n 4t8-20 

AFC SAILBOAt - *1973, Blue 
and white, 14' sloop sailboat, 
fiberglass, solid fittings, full 
ritfing (mainsail and jib), 4 hor- 
sepowo' RUKOT, dr<H» mount and 
trailer. $1700467-1465. 
n 4t8-6 

SAILBOAT - 1973 Interlake. 

II', equipped for racing, Boston 

saiU, with Pamco trailer, very 

good condition. $2300. CaU after 

6.422-2742. 

II 4tS/13 



CmkDH WRFIi: - 19' Aimler. 
140 OMC inboard-outboard, 
fuUy equipped, long galvmi»xl 
trailer. 467-3990. 
11 4t8-20 



13-lklp Wankul 



WANTED - PART TIME coor- 
dinator for "MEALS ON 
WHEELS". Salary: $175 a mon- 
th. Write to P.O. Box 15343, 
Chesapeake, Va. 23320. 
13 2t8-6 

DIRECTORY DISTRIBUTING 

Associates - Need Immediately 
men and women to deliver 
telephone books to the following 
areas: Rural and city routes in 
the Great Bridge and Chuapeake 
surrounding area. Must be 18 
years old with car. Call 547-3280. 
547-3260. 
if ■ 2t8-6 

COMMUNITY DEVELOP- 
MENT SECRETARY U ($9,288 
Annually) Individual must have 
good knowledge of office ter- 
minology with a minimum typing 
speed of 40 wpm, after errors, 
and dictaphone or shorthand 
skills. Exporience in construc- 
tion, real estate or related 
prefo-red. High sdiool graduate 
or equivalent. Tests requii^. 
Applications accepted through 
August 6, 1980. Apply to Oty of 
Virginia Bnch, Department of 
Personnel, Municipal Center, 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456. An 
Equal Opportunity Employer 
M/F/H. 
13 lt7-30 

HOUSEKEEPER - WILSON 
HEIGHTS section. ReliaMe per- 
son to care for 11 yr. old, li^t 
housekeeping, cooking, etc. 6 
days. Rewarding petition for 
right person. Salary open - 
refoeiwes required. Appfy by 
letter to HOUSEKEEP£R. P.O. 
Box 1327, Chesapeake, Va. 
23320. 
13 4t7-30 



BOOKKEEPER - NCR 33 

machine opentor, receiMionlst, 
typist, permanent position. 
Oreat Brklge area. Send resume 
to: P. O. Box 15284, 
Chesi4)eake. Virginia. 23320. 
14 4t8/l3 



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RACXIUEIVAIX • Easy to learn 

and fun to play. Free tasons - 
The Ace of OuIm M C^erabrto. 
CaU 424-7644 for free brochure. 
19 4t8-aO 



21-Privuli itisirurlion 



VIOLIN AND PUNO Lessons - 

Including music thwry, given to 

students of all levels by highly 

quaUfied teacher. 424-3433, 424- 

2957. 

21 8t9-17 

PIANO, ORGAN LESSONS 

given in your home by 
l»'ofessional musician and per- 
former. All styles of music 
taught. CaH 583-1214. 
21 4t7-30 



22■l)oK^-' als. and Pel- 



KAGLE - AKC Registered male 
3 years old. $50 547-4849 After 5 

p.m. 

22 4t8-20 



SIAMESE KITTEN - CFA 

r^isto^, lilac pOint nude, all 
shots, 14 weeks old. 420-6903. 
22 2t8-6 

SILKY TERRIER - AKC 

registertti, female puppy, non- 
shedding toy breed, chamj^on- 
ship bloodlines. $350. 482-2319. 
22 4t8-20 

IRISH SETTER MALE - VA 

years, beautiful dog, excellent 
health, very friendly. Needs good 
home. $35. 627-2208, 627-5627. 
22 4t7-30 

LABRADOR RETRIEVER 

PUPPIES -AKC registered, 2 

chocolates, 3 yellows, must see to 

appreciate. Call after 5, 499- 

6452. 

22 4t7-30 

GOLDEN LABRADOR PUP- 
PIES -Call 497- 1 77 1 . 
22 4t7-30 

BASSET HOUND PUPPIES - 

AKC registered, excellent 
pedigree, 6 males, 3 females, sire 
and dam on pronises, $150-$175, 
deposits being taken now. Rmdy 
to go July 3 1.583-4968. 
22 4t7-30 

AMERICAN BRIXD ESKIMO 

Spitz Pups - UKC registered 
white mate and fenwtes, 11 
weeks oM, att shou and wormed. 
$125 each. 487-1512. 

n_ 4t8/13 

GOLDEN RETRIEVER Puo- 
pies - Pedigree, AKC regittered, 
sire and dam of chunpionship 
line, available July 26th. Show 
quality dogs - Serious inquiries 
only. 427-3380. 
22 4t8/13 

SAMOYED - AKC Roistered, 
male, 11 months old, show 
quality d(^, aU shots and wor- 
med. $200. 583-0245. 
22 2t84 



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VIBGINIA BEACH Dog 

Training daises - Parting July 

31st. CaU for information: 486- 

4112. 853-0087. Please leave 

n»ssage. 

23 lt7-30 



24 Horsi'v-C usHf in 



mMU^ • R^^ed Arabians, 
half and three-quartei Arabs by 
Peebles Manaaba, $1^0 anl up. 
Stud service by Peebles Manaaba 
and GTB Fire Chief. 484-1528. 
24 4t8/13 

MORGAN HOaSES - Family 
show/Pteasure. 3 wranUngs, 1 
yearling, maie 7 yors, l^ood 
mare 10 years, 4 Morpui mare 
13 years, $600 and up. Saddle, 
$125; Cart, $150-, Harness. $200. 
426-2250. 
24 «8-20 



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CENTRAL Am Comtitioning 

system - OE, 2 ton. complete, 

furnace inclu<ted. $400. 467- 

3990. 

n 4t8-20 

DINING ROOM SUITE * Oak 

Table and Chairs. 6 dyurs, china 
cabinet, and server. 2 brass cof- 
fee tables, brass plated double 
bed headboard. Oak plant Muid. 
421-2245. 
25 4t8-a0 



25- \i(kU-s Inr >aU' 



CLOTHING, WHAT - NOTS, 

and Household items - Call afti? 

4:30 p.m. untU 12 midnight. 489- 

4312. 

25 2t8-6 

DINING ROOM FURNITURE • 

Walnut with 6 cane backed 
chairs, blue upholstery; Table, 
buffet and china cabinet. $900. 
Matching console and mirror 
available. 340-6426. 
25 218:6 

FIRST TIME OFFERED • 

"California Giri", Painting by 

Anthony Cacalano, dated 1964; 

This 4' square canvas won't fit 

new residence. Serious inquiriei 

only. Leave message for J.P., 

340-7664. 

25 4t8-20 

WEDDING GOWN - SilE 11- 

12, never used, long train, white, 

one year old. 468-2009. 

25 4t8-6 

BEN FRANKUN STOVE • 26" 

openii^. with glass doors, cast 
iron trimmed in gold, used 1 
year. 484-8283. 
25 4t8-6 

ORIENTAL CHEST • UOICE 

with faitaid pearl, $350 fx best of- 
fer. 423-S549. 
25 4t8-6 

ICE CREAM FRBZim -Chest 

type, IS cubic feet with stainleis 

sted top. ExceUent conditon, 

$150.^7-7164. 

M 4t8-6 

FURNITURE • S(^A, ydlow 

vdv^, Uke new, $^. 2 blue 

ginga jar lamiM, $50 each. 340- 

0330. 

25 4t7-30 

ENCYCLOPEDIAS - 1979 

edHion (New Age). Plus 16 
volume set of <^usics. 4 medical 
refierence bopks, worth $1200, 
asking $875. Cafi 4444717 bet- 
ween 8 ai^ 4. 
25 4t7-30 



SCHOOL DESKS • And chain, 
sottd oak. 1st and 2nd grade 
daks and i^airs. Excdloit om- 
ditkm. 1930 to 1940 \-intage, $25 
per set. 489-3781. 425-0945. 
26 3t8-6 

BASI9ALL • PINRALL 

MMhine • OM timer from Ocean 
View amusement park. Great for 
den or bw. $250. 486-6572. 

26 4t8/l3 

DINING ROOM SET • Aittique 

round oak table with hand cv- 

ved Uom* htaOs at base a^ daw 

feet, reflnished. 6 flddlebitck 

dialrs, unfinisl^, $1^M). 420- 

54^. 

U 4t8/13 

ANTIQUE RCA VICTROLA - 

1939 record play« and AM/FM 

radio. Wood caWnel, good cchi- 

dition, old r^ords included. 

$125,543-1165. 

26 4t7-30 



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DRYER • WROaJPOm. dertric 

dryer, white. 5 cy^, 3 tem- 
peratures, hnvy duty, e^dtent 
condition, usei only 9 months. 
$165,482-1787. 
27 ^7-30 

SEWING MACHINE in cabinet. 
Overhauled recently. WiU trade 
for empty cabinet or sell for $40. 
or best offer. Call 482-1768 after 
5. Anytime weekends. 
27 TF 



2H-(,;jr;it'i' Riiminauf Salt' 



GARAGE SALE - At 541 Sad- 
dlehorn Drive, Chesapeake, 
Virginia. Satunlay, August 2nd, 
9 a.m. to 7 p.m. 482-4032. 
28 lt7-30 

SHADOWLAWN • NO Oreens- 

boro Avenue. Huge Moving 

Salel Tons of miscellan^us, alto 

Avon coUKtion. All at LX)W 

PRICE. Saturday and Sunday, 

428-6529. 

28 It7r30 

PARK STREET FLEA markd • 
open Tliun.-Sttn., 10-6. Come 
oa hi and browse raund! 8 dif- 
feratt thopi. 3450 Andea Oar- 
den Rd. 857-0477. 
28 TF 



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ALTO SAXOra<WE • Like 

new, leather case. $400. 425- 

0434. 

30 4t8-20 

ORGAN . YAMAHA, Dk-40A 

with bench, 3 keyboards, 

autcnm^ rythm aiKl bass, roU 

top cover, too aaay features to 

Ust. eiccUem conditi<m, $22M), 

420-8668. 

30 4t7-30 



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NOKviEw . mjom. corns. 

Itorfdk's most co^dete. Buy, 
sdl. tn^. ^grfaig tfver cdns. 
^ ScMithem Sttq^plng Cam, 
NorfoUt. 853-8118. 
31 CKXTF 



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STKRUNG ULVWk BAND- 

size 5Vi. Sagglttrus mad Viigo 
rigni in raised steriii^ lov^ 
and differem. $25 or best offer. 
CaU48M768after6p.m. 
32 HTF 



ELECTRIC STOVE - 

oven, clock, florescent light 
across top. Westinghouse. 
$35.00 CH^ make offer. Call 482- 
1768 after 5 anytin» on weeken- 
ds. 
27 TF 



PEACHES • MAirrm*8 FAMI 

You |Hck, $5.50 talf bushd. 
Brfaig containers. Large, plea- 
tiftil. easy jacking, drive «i fidd, 
F<rilow Prianss Anne Rd. smi^. 
Route 615 to ead. On Kmm's 
Idand. fc^ow s^ to or^ard. 
For daily report caU ''29-3564, 
429-3542.467-0775. 
33 4tg/13 

CRABS • SU a bushd. $2 a 
6(am, fresh dai^. JiBt (^sixjsite 
Hurds Seafood Resuurnat. Set 
Earl Smith 340-5171. 
n 4t7-30 

FRESHLY BAKED BREADS, 

{Hes and cinnam<m rolls. Whole- 
sale or retail! ! CaU 421-7555. 
33 8t7/30 



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FIREWOOD • Hard wood or 
mix^. win ddiver, call for 
prka. 588-3730. 
34 411/13 



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Glow ANinnWSl . "Omo 

Thiunb P^fiidi^." You too cm 

have 1 §nm thiuiib. Said S2.98 

to Qnta Thumb, P. 0. Bc»t 

43S7, Vir^nlt BewA, VirginJi, 

23454. 

3S 8t9-17 



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VUm HOG AND TRACTOR • 

S foot Covington Bush H<^. just 
like mm; Maney Ferguson 8S 
tractor. Both in excellent con- 
dition. S3800 for both. 420-1866. 
37 4t8/13 



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ALL TYPES, NEW AND used 
restaurant and bar equipment. 
Dixie Equipment Company. 
1008 Oranby St. 623-7073. 
38 TF 



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STEREO - SYLVANIA 
QUADRAPHONIC AM/FM. 8- 
track, phom^raph, 4 speakers, 
S200.00. 468-2009. 
39 4tW 

STEREO EQUIPMENT • 
DUAL direct drive turntable, 
cassette deck with Dolby NR, 
Sansui t^no rtceiycr, Ptoneer 
reverb amplifier and Pioneer 
stereo Upe deck. $1300. 468- 
3251. 
39 4t7-30 

CAPEHART STEREO • Con- 
sole, AN/FM, 8 track, sterM. 
turntable, and recorder. 
Beautiftil wood cabins, S250. 
543:tl65. 
39 4t7.30 



40-\1(»hiU lloim's tiM Salt- 



EMERALD PARK • Mobile 
Home 1970. 12* x 60', 2 ' 
bedrooms, stove, washer, dryer, 
and 2 air conditioners. S4500 or 
best offer. 421-9417. 
40 4t8-20 

BEAUTIFUL LIVING Alter- 
native - Oceana - Dam Neck 
nearby. 24 ft. x 60 ft. double 
wide "Derby Run." Has 
everything, excellent condition. 
Oear titie. Visits welcome. Call 
425-8353. 
40 4t8-20 

HOMETTE MOHLE HOME • 

1972 12 X 70 ft. Central Air Con- 
ditioning. Partially furnished. 
Oil tank indud«l. Shown by ap- 
pointment only. 499-2584. 
40 4t8-20 

NASHUA . 1980, 14' X 56', 2 
bedrooms, furnished, washer 
and dry^, $500 and assume 12^ 
VA loan. 490-1786. 
40 4t8/13 

FLEETWOOD • W73, 3 

bedrooms, m baths, living 
room with expando, fenced yard, 
all appliances, can remain on lot. 
CaU 497-7783 between 9 a.m. 

UMi 8 p.m. 

40 . 4t8/13 

CLAYTON MOWLE HOME - 

14* X 60', 2 bedrooms, 1 H l»ths, 

furnished, 497-091 2. 

40 4t7-30 

NEW MOON MOBILE Home - 
12* X 60*, ak OTnditioning, fur- 
nished $4000. unfurnished 
$3000. On MiUtary Base. Must 
tee to appreciate. 421-9214. 
40 **^'^ 



POR SALE • 

items - 1-1978 Lindy Motor 
Home, 18Vi feet, good con- 
dition. 1-1971 WinndMir> Motcn- 
Home, D-24, iH>od a>ndition. 1- 
1972 PMe Arrow Motor Home, 
20 feet, fair condition. Call Art 
Beck, 499-2543 or Don Koble, 
583-4505. 
45 4t8^ 

PINEOAK VILLAGE APART- 
MENTS • Applications will be 
accepted for future occupancy 
beginning July 21, 1980. Office 
locatMl off of Bonney Rd., next 
to Thalia Gardens Apartments. 
Monday-Friday, 9-5:30 p.m. 
Equal Housing Opportunity. 
45 4t 8-6 



-WanU'd Ui Rent 



SHARE A HOUSE - Private 

room, private bath, Lake 

Christopher area. Responsible, 

non-smoking female preferred. 

Call and leave message. 467- 

0585. 

50 4t8-20 



55-Bus. Prop, for Sale 



DO YOU WANT THE BEST? 

For Rent • Airport Industrial 
Park. 900 to 16,000 square feet, 
office with or without 
warehouse. 460-3501, 466-7188. 
55 4t8-20 



63-h>i^ t<»r ^alt 



CHESAPEAKE - Homestead 
acres. Lar^ lot, over H acre 
with trees. $16,750. 482-1580. 

63 ^^ 

DO YOU WANT THE BEST? - 

Azalea Garden Road at Lake 
Whitehurst. Wooded, 4 to 
choose from, by owner. 460-3501 
days, 466-7188 nights. 
63 4t8-20 



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HOUSE • 2 story, 3 bedrooms, 1 
l»th, large corner lot, central air. 
tfis heat, no qualifying i^id 
$10,000 equity, assume $28,000 
balance. 587-7886.460-3471. 
65 4t8/13 



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AQtSTREAM Travel Trailer - 
1972, 23', sleeps 4, air con- 
ditioning, bath, carpeted, ex- 
cellent condition, $5,500. May 
see at 821 Great Neck Road, 
Virginia Beach. 481-1356. 
66_ 4t8/13 

MARAUDER Travel Trailier - 
1976, 28', sleeps 6, full batii, air 
conditioning, plenty of wardrobe 
space, awnii«, very good con- 
dition. 855-3847. 
66 4t8/13 

GMC MOTORHOME - 1977, 26 
foot, self-contained, full bath 
with shower, sleeps 6, full kit- 
chen, built-in vacuum cleaner, 3 
air conditioners, and 49,000 
miles. 

miles. $25,000. 481-7953. 
66 4t8-6 

PMIWLER • Uke new, 17H ft. 
trailer, used 3 times. Larp 
Refrt^rat(», sM}^, oven. Roof 
air Conditioner. $3295. With 
1975 Ford LTD. Complete 
iMckage $5500. 3017 Illinois 
Avenue, Norfolk. 853-2793. 
66 4t8-20 



HOGA TRAVra. TRAILER • 

1973, sleeps 6, fully equipped, 
assume balance, %mo, MontiUy 
paymenu, $154.10. 623-062L 
66 lt7-30 

MALLARD TRAVEL Trailer - 
1975, 20* trailer, tandem wheels, 
fully self-contained, slee{» 6, ex- 
cellent condition. $2100 or best 
offer. 
467-9684. 
66 4t8-20 



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BABYSIT • FOR WORKING 

parents, any age, meals Included, 
fen(^ yard with a play area, ex- 
perienced. Crossroad School and 
Southern Shopping Center 
areas. 588-2569. 
70 4t7-30 

BABYSITTING - MY HOME, 

experienced mother, lunches in- 
cluded, ages 1 year and up, 
Monday through Saturday. 
References avauilable. 857-6605. 
25 4t7-30 

CHILD CARE - MY home, large 
play area, hot meals, fenced 
yard, educational toys, experien- 
ced. Timberlake, Windsor Oaks, 
Holland Road areas. 467-9193. 
70 4t7-30 



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PAINTER - EXPERIENCED - 

FREE Ktimates. Interior, ex- 
terior, touch-ups. You name it • I 
do it! Rrasonalbe rates. Call 
Mike at 482-3224. anytime. 

71 4t8-20 

ESTRADA ELECTRICAL - In- 
novations - Superior electronic 
and optical sales, service, and in- 
sullation. Business, home, and 
auto. Free estimat«. 427-3786. 
71 4t8/13 

BABYSITTING - In my home, 
Willoughby, West Ocean View 
area. Daily, weekly, monthly 
rates. Some nights and weeken- 
ds. Judy P. Wiley, 587-1251 . 
71 4t8/13 

I WILL BABYSIT for working 
parents - Experienced sitter, 
prefer 3 to 5 year olds, available 
Monday tiirough Friday. South 
Norfolk 543-5238. 
71 4t8/13 

BABYSITTING • My home on 
weekdays, toddlers and up. Toys 
and playmates, fenced yard. 
Weekly rat», $30 for one chile 
and $45 for two. Wedgewood 
Trailer Park, 497-6321. 

71 mm 

BABYSITTING - DAYS, in my 

home, 2 years of age and up. 
Children will be wiUi experienced 
mother, large property. 547- 

5789. 

71 4t8-6 

BABYSITTING - WILL 
BABYSIT in my home week- 
days, prefer infants or preschool. 

545-5813. 

71 4t8-< 

FIREPLACE SPECIAUST will 
build or r^air any type 
fireplace! Satisfaction guaran- 
teed! 490-2175, 2-5 p.m. 
71 CPBTF 

MR. AND MRS. PAINTEte of 

the Tidewater area. The quality 
of a man, the smooth touch of a 
woman. Interior-exterior pain- 
ting. 4W-4687. 
7, TFCDB 



WILL WCK UP — any unwan- 
ted Kenmore or Whirlpool 
washer. 486-4098. 
71 417-30 

AIR CONDITIONER SERVICE 

and iei»ir - Rrasonable rates, 

quick response, call anytime. 

420-0599. 

71 4t7-30 

AUTO CRUSHERS • Al Junk 
car removers. All cars towed 
away free, top dollar paid! Fast 
service. 487-9222. 
71 4t 7-30 

BABYSITTING • Will babysit in 
my home, 2 blocks from Lynn- 
haven exit off Expressway. Any 
age. 2728 Ansol Lane, Virginia 
Beach. 340-3312. 
71 lt7-30 

TYPING - ALL KINDS, IBM 

Selectric. 7 days a week, 428- 

5240 anytime. Services for small 

businesses, term papers. 

resumes, manuscripts, 

proposals. 

71 4t 7-30 

BRICK 4k BLOCK WORK - All 

types of masonry work. Small 
jobs speciality. Call 489-1552. 
71 4t8-6 



AU TYPES OF 
RMFING 

• SNWCUMMrs • NOTIOOFS • KPAIRS 

maamuTEs 
KMSOMUimces 

CAU iWYTMK 424-4935 






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NOTICE OF SALE 
Please take notice that on 
the31stofJuly,19^atIl 
a.m. on the premises of 
Thompson Royal Dodge, 
3443 Va. Beach Blvd., 
Virginia Beach, Va., the 
following vehicle will be 
sold at public auction to 
the highest bidder: 
Make: Dodge Aspen; 
Serial /|fNL41G9F 109383; 
Repossessed From: James 
Vincent Chieco and Sarah 
M. Chieco this the 19 day 
of July, 1980. 
W. Scott 

Royal V. President 
It7/30VB 

NOTICE OF SALE 
Please talce notice that on 
the 31st day of July, 1980 
at 11:30 a.m. on the 
premises of Thompson 
Royal Dodge, 3443 Va. 
Beach Blvd., Virginia 
Beach, Va., the following 
vehicle will be sold at 
public auction to the 



highest bidder: Make 1975 
Dodge Truck; Serial 
#D17BF55002841; Repos- 
sessed From: William 
James Hill Jr. this the 19 
day of July, 1980. 
W Scott 

Royal V-President 
lt7/30Vb 



NOTICE OF SALE 
Please take notice that on 
the 31st of July 1980 at 11 
a.m. on the premises of 
Thompson Royal Dodge, 
3443 Va. Beach Blvd., 
Virginia Beach, Va., the 
following vehicle will be 
sold at public auction to 
the highest bidder: Make 
Dodge Truck; Serial 
#D13AN9S144846; Re- 
possessed From: Timothy 
Gilbert this the 19 day of 
July, 1980. 
W. Scott 

Royal Vice-President 
117/30 VB 



TRUCK CAPS-HEW 

FROM $169.95 

PINAHCE-MOirtWv PiWWnts Av«ll- 
•bl«-W* Ac«p( Trade-Ins! 

Junior buttle 

G«o. Washington Hojwv. a Canal Dr. 

Itkt 17 Hoiiti off I44 
VISA & Master Cftargt «5-37M 

Hft-ifl 



Let Us Recycle Your 




Free Btfi A Magnets 



4303 BueU Street in the 
Portsmouth Area. Off 
BirfRbriiige Blvd. Phone 
543^MS. 



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GEORGETOWN 
COLONY 

Home sites for sale 

for 

People planning 

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Builders 

SALES OFFICE 
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Meet 
Susan 
Miller 

YOUR NEW 

CLASSinEO AD 

MANAGER 



Susan Miller is available Monday through Fridays 
from 8:30 a.m. to Noon, and from 1 to 5 p.m. to phK» 
your classified advertisement in The Virginia Beach 
Sun. 

Call Susan at 486-3430, and place your dusified ad 
in The Virginia Beach Sun; you'll be glad you did. 

Why not give her acailto^? 

486-3430 



24 Vi^iuaBewh Sun, Wednesday, July 30, 1980 



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.Chesapeake Light Race set 

The second annual Chesapeake light Race will begin 
on Saturday, September 6, at Camp Pendleton. 

Co-spcHiscH-ed by the Virginia Beach Jaycees, and the 
Worrell Brothers Restaurant, the race is 31.4 nautical 
miles IcHig. 

Trophies will be awarded, and registration mujst be 
made by Saturday, August 23. A fee is charge. 

Call 422-6383 or 467-2878 for more information. 



16th Street. Beachfront is the new walk-in location to 
extend services to the oceanfront during stunmer m 
months. 

Office hours are Monday 12 (noon) to 4 p.m.; 
Tuesday and Wednesday, 4 to 8 p.m.; and Friday and 
Saturday, 4 to 8 p.m. through early September. 

Counseling services at this location include screen- 
ing, evaluation and referral for ala^d and other 
drug-related problems. Emphasis is on the youth and 
early detection. Client information is kept confidential 
and there is no fee for the services. 

Services at the Beachfront location are on a walk-in 
basis only. However, the program can be contacted by 
calling 499-5401. 



Marine science program set 

On Monday, August 25, the Virginia Beach 
Department of Agriculture-4-H Division will sponsor a 
marine science program ibr people ages nine to 19. 

Being sponsored with the assistance of the Yu$imB. 
Institute of Marine Science, participants will learn to 
identify types of fish and plants, investigate water 
movement and learn about the marshland areas of 
Virginia Beach. The number of participants is limited to 
thirty and will be made on a first come, first «erve 
basis. FcH- further information regarding time and 
location or to register call the 4-H office at 427-4617. 



Beach civic league meets 



The North Virginia Beach Civic League will meet 
in the library auditorium of the association for research 
and enlightenment, 67th & Atlantic Avenue. 

Virginia Beach police officer Michael Patterson will 
make a Presentation on ' 'block security* ' . 

The proposed parking in the median strip along 
Atlantic Avenue will also be discussed . 
Call 428-641 1 for more information. 



Hurricane safety discussed Beach hosts waterfowl fest 



Beachfront counseling set 

The community services board of Virginia Beach 
has opened its ''Beachfront Counseling" offices at 204 



Tips for household and personal safety during the 
hurricane season will be discussed by Lee Eskey at the 
Bayside Branch of the Virginia Beach Public Library on 
Thursday, August 7, at 7 p.m. 

Eskey is the emergency services coordinator for the 
Qty of Virginia Beach. The program is intended for 
persons of all ages and is particularly designed for 
homeowners. 

bs purpose is to help residents of Virginia Bea(^ 
understand the principles of emergency preparedness. 

For more information about the program, call the 
Ubrary at 464-9280. 



The fifth annual Mid-Atlantic WUdfowl Festival will 
be held on September 19, 20 ami 21 in Vurginia Beach. 

A junior (under age 14) and senior category for both 
events will be held on Sunday, September 21 at 1 p.m. 
Winners will have the opportunity to attend tiie 
National Duck and Goose calling contest in Suttgart, 
Arkansas. 

For mo-e information on the contest or the WUdfowl 
Festival, please contact WiUiaoi J. Blackburn, 1796 
l^per Chelsea Reach, Virginia Beadi, Virginia 234S4, 
phone: (804) 481-375S. 



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incUcated. 



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4 to 8 a.m. 

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8 to 10 a.m. . 

19 to Noon 

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2 to 4 p.m. 

4 to 6 p.m. 

6 to 8 p.m. 

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21 — Aist 6^1^ Aseeii- 
aat) — Go over your 
finuoes tod^i^l^ «rti^e 
extra?aga^ sp^idli^ has 
made inxmKte or your secur- 
tty. Set yoir p^smalaffairs 
in order i^ stkk to a ^m. 
duMMIc clsi^es at wot can 
exam pr^sve, so dmH a^ 

faVMTS. 

CANCEB: (J«ae 21 to 

Jaty 22 — AIM €Meer As- 

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w«t ad ^0^^ i»ob- 
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vn^SO: (Ai^ 2S to Seyt 
n — Alsf Vtrp Aaceiiaat) 

-- Your pi^Bonal magnetism 
can get you help you need 
fimn others. Not the time to 
gamble or talce risks with 
money. Placate romantic 
partBffs who are being tom- 
perameotal. Be gentle in 
your criticism of toved ones. 
UBRA: (Sept. 22 to Get. 
22 — Alsf Ubra Aseeadaat) 
— Resist acttog on tospolse 
regarding money and in- 
vestmento - stick with the 
tried and true. Acce|A ad- 
vice tmsuMes, wisw rda- 
ti^^ ateNft cuett' maters. 
If h^i^ ^mm$ arise, 
^pend a Uttte money for a 
specialist's opinion. 



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)Hto¥. 21 — ^e Scwple As- 
eeaMtt) ^ ^A die tmt to 
in^^w^y qntt ynff ^. 
'Ae pi^Mn ^Wm V^te 
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the (tetails of projf^ ak 
ready to j^resi ^ttff 



than starting anything ne«r 

SAGrrtARIUS: (Kev. 22 
to Dee. 21 - Also Sagitta^ 
las Aseeidaat) -Dont look 
to friends for advice on 
money matters ~ seek the 
advice of a prolentonaL Use 
your imagination and 
creativity on the, job. Take 
care of your health and get 
plenty of rest Bomance is 
deUghtfUly fulfilling. 

CAPRICORN: (Dee. 22 to 
Jaa. II ~ Atet O^rtcMv 
Aseeadaat) — Family mem- 
bers can feel neglected and 
complain you're spending 
too much time on the job. 
Try to set aside time for 
them. A promotton could be 
in the offing, so see that 
things run smoothly by 
sticUag with routtoe. 

AQUARIUS: (JfaiL 21 to 
Feb. 18 ~ Also Aqmtas 
Aseeadaat) * Organim 
yoor work efforte and diart 
bite off more than yoir can 
chew. Trust your juc^ent 
and be optindstic about the 
future • it's justified! Others 
are supportive but you work 
best in the areas where you 
have total (sntrol. 

PISCES: (Feb. If ta 
MmMIJI -- Atoe Pbe» Aa- 
^iiiaft) — "'Siffe tttog" 
t^ r^ardlng mmey ape 
tovilia^ ~ <tont pmbto! 
WA with ro^toe tosito and 
dcM't rely too mw^M the 
he^ of otto?. A iMw n>> 
manoe &»M ^swt ^sX^u- 
^s^^ also. Coneeotrate on 
jnoiff o-^ttve ar^ry. 



Stories and movies set 



A story and movie program for chiklren six years df 
age and older will be held at the Great Neck Branch of 
the Virginia Beach Public Library on Wednesday, 
August 6, at 1 1 a.m. 

••TTie Mght Stella Hid The Stars," a story by Gail 
Radlcy, will be tdd by storyteller Robbin Farrar. ft will 
be fdlowed by three movies: "Lightning Rod Tliief; 
The Moonbeam Princess; and Visit From Space." 

Ihe program will last 50 minutes and is being offered 
as a part of the Virginia Beach Public Ubrary Summer 
Reacting Gub. 

The Great Neck Branch library is located at 12S1 
Bayne Drive m the Ifilltop area of the city. Information 
about the story and movie program may be obtained by 
calling 481-6094. 



Neptune Art Show slated 



The Neptune Festival Art Show, on the Boardwalk, 
will be held SeiHember 26 through 28, beginning at 
noon on Friday, and running until 6 p.m. that evening. 

Saturday and Sunday houn are: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

The show is sponsored by the >%ginia Beach Arts 
Center. 

Call 428-9294 for more information. 



Folk arts fest set 




The Virginia Beach Dcimrtment of Parks waA 
Recreaticm has announced its 6th annual fdk arts 
festival, to be held August 2 and 3 from 10 a.m. to 7 
p.m., at Princess Anne Park. 

(See BULLETIN ptr 3)